Skip to main content

Full text of "Record of the Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association"

See other formats


Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/recordofhampd6811992hamp 







^'j. 



>-- ^-"^ ^ 



Bagby Hall 










c^" ^ 



WINTER 1992 



THERE IS A LOT OF TALK AND PRINT THESE 
days about how the world is changing. It is a different place. 
We all read the papers and understand (although I must admit 
that it is difficult for me to comprehend) that the world is a 
fundamentally different place from what it was a couple of 
years ago. The Soviet empire is gone, vanished almost 
overnight. The nations of Western Europe are unit- 
ing. No more Cold War. Geopolitics has 
changed. World economics has 
changed. The Good Guys and the Bad 
Guys are no longer easy to identify. 

There is a lot of talk and a lot 
of print about what it all means to 
us, here, in the United States. 
Our own economy has been in 
turmoil. The rules of our own 
game are changing. We cannot 
take for granted what we used 
to take for granted. 

What does it all mean? 
What is in store in the future? 
I read and hear lots of opinions 




Hampden-Sydney was around when Melville and Thoreau 

were defining the American hero. Hampden-Svdney was 

educating young men not to take things for granted. 

Hampden-Sydney was educating young men to go out into 

this new world with an understanding of the basic principles 

and values which had been the engine driving the 

undercurrents inexorably shaping their world in 

spite of the political and military and 

economic power visible on the surface. 

And, mimbile dictii, here we are again, 

more than two centuries later, and 

Hampden-Sydney is still doing 

the same thing. As Alan Farrell, 

professor of French (in 1992), 

has observed, "Worlds change a 

lot in four years. What we are 

here to do — and what we've 

•T-irrj / • A • / been doing for 216 years — is 

Who else is an American hero to arm students not for the 

world as it exists now but for 

and to show them 

find, inside themselves. 



'If America is about 

nothing else, it is about the 

invention of the sef. . . 



if not a wanderinz pilmm ""y ^°''^' 

J 1 O where to rii 

who goes forth on a 

perpetual quest? 

Melville sentAhab 



but few answers, because nobody 
really knows! It is a new world. It is, 
suddenly, a new ball-game. 

I also read and hear a lot of questions 
about "roles" in this new ball-game — the 
role of America, the role of a college 
education, the role of the liberal arts, 
the role of Hampden-Sydney 
College. A^n, I hear and read 
lots of opinions and few 
answers, but nobody really 
knows! 

In the quarter of a century 
I have been working with educa- 
tional institutions, defining the 

role of any institution has been a UniCOm O 
relatively straightforward (and , . , . 

largely statistical) exercise — SAT scores, intO thC SllCnCC 

number of graduates in specific fields 
and corporations, faculty achievement statis- 
tics, etc. No more. Never have the sands 
shifted beneath our feet like this, never have 
the rules of the game shifted as the game is in play 
never has the football field itself begun to undulate as 



the tools to change the world if 

they find one they don't like, that's not 

as it should be. " 

This rwo-hundred-year-old role of 

Hampden-Sydney is not described easily 

in computer graphics and statistics. It is 

not communicated easily in the 

. / / /^ jargon of contemporary funding 

across the worlds oceans \, 



in search of a fabulous beast, 
and Thoreau followed the 



has profound 
present and 



IS conscience 



of the woods. 



the ball is hiked, never has the height of the basket gone 

up and down — after we have taken a shot — until now. It is a 

very different world. 

None of us remembers when this happened before. But 
Hampden-Sydney does. Hampden-Sydney remembers when 
the world was becoming a different place, when freedom was 
a new concept and democracy was, among nations, the new 
kid on the block. Its founders recognized that America was 
about "the invention of the self and that its heroes were 
"pilgrims" on a "perpetual quest," always becoming, never 
thinking that things were as they would always be. 



LENXIS LAPHAM 

Harpers 

January 1992 



agencies. But it 
value — to the 

future of this nation and this 
world. 
As readers of this publica- 
tion — alumni and parents and 
friends of this small College in 
rural Southside Virginia — you bear 
a singular insight. Only you can 
recognize the true value of this College. 
No one else knows, as only you know, 
how this College prepares its students to 
be pilgrims on their quest into the distant 
lands of the uncertain future. Only you 
know how this College helps these new pilgrims put 
into their back-packs the wisdom of those who, in the 



yy 



past, have crossed the thresholds of fiitures in which the 
world has been a different place from what it was before. 

The founders of Hampden-Sydney were standing on the 
threshold of a new world. Their objective was to establish a 
college which would educate leaders who, with the tools of 
judgment and values and intellectual depth to cross this 
threshold and to succeed in that new world, would make that 
new world itself a success. 

Two centuries later, Hampden-Sydney now stands on the 
next threshold, facing the challenge to sustain its mission in an 
uncertain fiiture. 



By Donalds. Keel Vice President for Development & External Affairs 



Richard McClintock, Editor 
Eunice Carwile '92, Associate Editor 
Mattiiew Karnitschnig "94, Frederic L. 

Smith '92, Student Contributors 
Dean Hybl, Sports Writer 
Alfie Butts '92, Chris Parks, Beverley 

Anne Snoddy, Cindy Walker, and 

Chris Wilson '94, Photographers 
Daniel Fannon '94, Editorial Assistant 
Produced by the Fiampden-Sydney 

College Publications Office 
Gayle Williams, Administrative Assistant 
Pam Woods, Graphics Assistant 

Published by Fiampden-Sydney College, 
Fiampden-Sydney, Virginia 23943, 
as a service to its alumni and fi-iends. 

Copyright © 1992 Fiampden-Sydney 
College 

Third Class Postage paid at Farmville, 
Virginia 23901, and at additional 
mailing offices 

Opinions expressed in The Record axe 
those of individual authors and do not 
necessarily reflect the official position 
of Fiampden-Sydney College. 

On the front cover: Bagby Fiall, built in 
1926 as the science center, now houses 
the departments of mathematics, 
modern languages, and psychology. 
Photo by B. A. Snoddy. 

FiAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 

W Sydnor Settle, Esq., Chairman of the 

Board of Trustees 
Dr. Ralph A. Rossum, President 
Dr. J. Scott CoUey, Provost and Dean of 

the Faatlty 
Dr. Lewis Fi. Drew, Dean of Students 
Mr. Robert Fi. Jones, Senior Vice President 

& Dean of Admissions 
Mr. Donald S. Keel, Vice President for 

Development & External Affairs 
Mr. C. Norman Krueger, Vice-President 

for Business Affairs cr Treasurer 

Fiampden-Sydney College offers equal 
opportunity in all areas of education 
and employment. 




Any institution which does not run 
to seize the future — and to shape it- 
is doomed to die with the past. 
ARNOLD TOYNBEE 



™fRecordoF 

HAMPDEN- 
SYDNEY 


VOL UME 68, NO. J Winter 1992 


100 Years of Football in Death Valley 

A brief illustrated history of a century's winning season 


... 3 


A New Look for the Center of Campus 

Removing roads and adding grass makes it look 
even better than it did in the "good old days. " 


... 8 


Taking on Eastern Europe's Pollution 

A Hampden-Sydney professor advises former 
communist states on cleaning up their messes 


. 15 


Hampden-Sydney Comes of Computer Age . 

Telephones and computers are linked around campus 


. 17 


On the Hill 


. 21 


People and events around campus; Homecoming events 


Faculty Forum & Staff Notes 

Faculty Profiles, Research, Publications, and Service 


. 30 


Toughing it out in an Up-and-do-wn Year 

Annual Fund Results, Scholarships, Gifis, and Grants 


. 36 


Fall Sports Roundup 

Conference titles and regional hojwrs 


. 42 


Athletic Hall of Fame 

Awards go to sports greats and two former coaches 


. 47 


Class Notes 


.49 


News from Alumni 



1 . THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE/^ 




Wwter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Football Program Celebrates 
One-Hundredth Season 



^M 



.ANY PEOPLE HAD 

never heard of football 
and fewer people under- 
stood it when William 
Bull and several classmates played the 
University of Richmond in Hampden- 
Sydney College's first organized game 
on Thanksgiving Day in 1892. Foot- 
ball was then a sport in its infancy; it 
had little tradition and its few rules 
were subject to broad interpretation. 
Now, 1 00 years later, Hampden- 
Sydney football has become the corner- 
stone of a very successfijl athletic 



By Dean Hybl 

program, while the game itself has 
evolved into a sport enjoyed by 
millions of people throughout the 
world. 

In that first game, the Tigers lost to 
the University of Richmond 24-0, but 
since then H-SC football has been on 
the winning end of many games. The 
Tigers have enjoyed 49 winning 
seasons, finishing their 100th year of 
football with an overall 400-348-38 
record. 

In the days before schools were cate- 
gorized by athletic divisions, the Tigers 



ofi:en faced — and beat — many of the 
regions top football teams, including 
Virginia, Richmond, VMI, Wake 
Forest, William & Mary, East Carolina, 
and Maryland. 

Hampden-Sydney and Richmond 
were particular rivals early in the foot- 
ball history ot both schools, often play- 
ing more than once a season. The 
Tigers and Spiders met on the gridiron 
54 times between 1892 and 1948; 
Richmond holds a 31-15-8 advantage. 

While the first game in Hampden- 
Sydney football history was against 




The first really great H-SC team was this 1900 squad, coached by H.L. Shaner and captained by W. W. Kemper. 
In four games the Tigers scored 83 points while keeping their opponents scoreless. In its finale, the team defeated the University of Richmond 34-0. 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Richmond, the first victory ams: two 
years later when H-SC defeated 
William & Mary 28-0. (Although the 
schools have not met since 1 942, the 
Tigers hold a 21-14 series advantage 
over the Tribe.) The Tigers did not have 
similar luck in their encounters with 
Virginia Tech; they failed to beat the 
Hokies in 24 meetings. Their only 
victory in 1 8 games against the Univer- 
sity of Virginia came in 1935 when the 
Tigers beat the Wahoos 13-7. 

Though all Hampden-Sydney's foot- 
ball victories are treasured, the most 
important game for Tiger aliunni is the 
annual season-ending encounter 
with rival Randolph-Macon. Each p 
meeting between the two schools is 
a war and determines alumni brag- 
ging rights for the upcoming year. 
The Tigers and Yellow Jackets have 
met 96 times, Hampden-Sydney 
holding a 49-36-1 1 advantage over 
Randolph-Macon. 

In the best Hampden-Sydney 
tradition, the football program has 
also included some special games. 
In 1970 the Tigers earned the first 

Stokeley Fulto7i '55 (right), Little 

ALl-American and coach for 25 years, 

holds the record for career wins. 

Bob Thalman (below center), in a 

1959 victory dance, went from 

Hampden-Sydney to VPl. 



of their two consecutive trips to the 
Knute Rockne Bowl in Atlantic City by 
defeating Randolph-Macon 1 4-6. The 
record crowd of 9,000 (which included 
Vice President Nguyen Coa Ky from 
South Vietnam) witnessed a remarkable 
performance by Hampden-Sydney 
fi'eshman Tracy Powers. Powers rushed 
for 216 yards on an incredible 56 
carries and scored both Tiger touch- 
downs. In 1976, the Tigers made their 
television debut in the first Division III 
regular season game ever to be shown 
by a major network. The ABC crew of 
Chris Carmody, Larry Kamm, George 



Pennell, Steve Davis, and Steve Zabris- 
kie, a crowd of 9,000 spectators, and a 
regional television audience watched as 
the Tigers defeated number-one ranked 
Madison College (now James Madison 
University) 21-14. That victory moved 
H-SC to third in the national rankings 
and brought the school mention in 
several national magazines. Four years 
later, ABC returned to Death Valley to 
broadcast a game between Hampden- 
Sydney and Salisbury State. This time 
the magic of the TV camera did not 
help H-SC produce a victory; the 
Tigers lost to the Sea Gulls 28-13. 

Conference play has also been an 
important part of the football tradi- 
tion at Hampden-Sydney. Since 
1950, the Tigers have won 14 
conference championships, 10 as a 
member of the Mason-DLxon 
Conference and four since joining 
the Old Dominion Athletic Confer- 
ence in 1976. In addition to their 
Knute Rockne Bowl appearances 
following bodi the 1970 and 1971 
seasons, they made it to the NCAA 
Division III Playoffs following the 




Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 




X^ll season. 

Many individual players and teams 
stand out in the history of Hampden- 
Sydney football. Perhaps the first great 
H-SC team was the 1900 squad, 
coached by H.L. Shaner and captained 
by W. W. Kemper. In four games the 
Tigers scored 83 points while keeping 
their opponents scoreless. In its finale, 
the team defeated the University of 
Richmond 34-0. 

It wotild be seven decades before 
another H-SC team would finish a 
regular, multi-game season undefeated. 
The 1971 squad, coached by Stokeley 
Fulton, manhandled its 1 regular- 
season opponents. The Tigers outscored 
their opponents 2 1 3-34, and only once 
did an opponent manage to score in 
double figures. However, this team 
would not finish the season undefeated 
because of their loss to Bridgeport 
College (17-12) in the Knute Rockne 
Bowl. 

Directing the team for 25 years and 
amassing 1 43 victories and nine league 



The vetj first football team (above) which 

played in the fall of 1892: by the next year the 

players had assumed a more formidable 

look (see next page). This photograph, fom 

the 1893 yearbook, also the first of its kind, 

reminds us that the need to record 

the victories of this and other athletic teams 

(baseball had been around since at least 1884) 

probably lent momentitm to efforts 

to found a yearbook at Hampden-Sydney. 

Charles "Yank" Bernier (above right) 

was noted for his dapper manner; 

he coached at Hampden-Sydney for 21 years. 



tides, J. Stokeley Fulton '55 was the 
most successfiil coach in the first 1 GO 
years of Hampden-Sydney football. 
But coaching was not Stokeley's only 
claim to fame at Hampden-Sydney — 
he was also one of the finest players 
ever to wear the garnet and grey. He 
served as team captain twice and in 
1954 was a first-team All-American 
ofiinsive center. Stokeley and another 
H-SC legend, Lynn Chewning, are 
honored as members of the Virginia 
Sports Hall of Fame. 

Coming to Hampden-Sydney as a 



student in 1910, Charles "Yank" Bern- 
ier was a standout athlete as a football 
quarterback and a baseball pitcher. 
FoOowing his graduation in 1912 he 
became H-SC s first full-time head 
football coach and guided the Tigers for 
21 seasons. His career record of 68- 
101-17 puts him second to Stokeley 
Fulton on H-SC's career victory list. 

Since Lloyd Arehart and Charlie 
Garden became the first Tiger players 
named All-American in 1935, 48 
Hampden-Sydney players have been 
honored as among the best in the coun- 
try. Seven of those players, Chewning, 
Fulton, Lewis Everett, Ed Kelly, Tim 
Smith, Phil Suazo, and Jimmy 
Hondroulis, have been recognized as 
first team All-Americans. 

While football is important at 
Hampden-Sydney, the young men who 
wear the garnet and grey come to the 
College primarily to receive an educa- 
tion. Each year the College Sports 
Information Directors of America 
recognize some of the top student- 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



imiiM*:^!! 






athletes as GTE Academic All- 
Americans. Five Hampden-Sydney 
tootball players have received this 
prestigious recognition. John Dickin- 
son, W. R. Jones, and David Brickhill 
were honored as first-team selections, 
while Hirer Harris, Brad Gary, and 
T.G. Wilson were named to the second 
te;im. In 1990 Jones became the first 
Hampden-Sydney player to be selected 
more than once. 

Although the game on the field is 
usually the primary event on "football 
Saturdays," the festivities at Hampden- 
Sydney are not limited to the field ot 
play. Tailgating has always been an 
important aspect of game day, and 
Hampden-Sydney fans are known to 
prepare some extravagant and delicious 
pregame meals. The grassy hill that 
surrounds the home side of the stadium 
has traditionally been a place where 
families can bring a blanket and enjoy 
the game as well as the beautiful 
weather of a fall afternoon in Virginia. 
It is also common during the game to 
see many students and alumni standing 
along the sideline offering support at 
close range. 

Before permanent stands were 
constructed around the field (thanks to 
the generosity of the Hundley lamily), 
it was not unusual for spectators to 
circle the field with their automobiles. 

More than 1 ,000 men have worn 
the garnet and grey on the gridiron over 
the last 100 years, all of them sharing 
with friends and community a love for 
the game ol football. While particular 
plays, games, and seasons may be 
blurred by the passage of time, the 
signilcance ol football in the history, 
character, and life of Hampden-Sydney 
remains clear and bright. 



('hanging fashion in the world of 
Hampden-Sydney football {at left, from top): 
the 1893 team chose quilted knickers. 
thel930 team sported art-deco 'H' monograms, 
and members of the 1950 team wore white. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 




Counter-clockwise fivm above: 

Another Tiger pass towards victory at Randolph-Macon College; 

the Beat Macon bonfire has alivays been a high point in the season; 

after an injiiij Phil Rome '68 was forced to watch rather than play: 

cars drove to the the edge of the field and shared the sidelines with spectators in 1933; 

the Tiger Band used to be a major feature of the Death Valley audience. 






NOTE: Collectors can still get 100-year 
T-shirts for $ 1 and cups for $ 1 .50 
from Dean Hybl, c/o Athletic Office, 
Box 698, Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943, 
telephone (804) 223-6156. 



THE RECORD OE HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Renewed Center Campus 
'Better than Good Old Days 



yy 



T 



HE SIEGE IS OVER. The 
jackhammers, earth- 
movers, saws, and trowels 
are gone. 
Ahhhhh. Relief. 

Now that the cacophony of change 
no longer prevents undistracted 
thought, we can evaluate the campus 
renewal begun in 1989. As one of our 



By Eunice Carwile 

professors is wont to say, "So? What 
have we got?" Most obvious, of course, 
is a 40,000-square-foot dining hall and 
student center, crowned with bronze- 



Seen from the air, the newly remodeled Green 

between Gushing and Graham Halls (below) 

reveals the promise of rolling grassy lawns uneliit- 

tered by driveways, roads, and modem intrusions 

on the nineteenth-century romanticist landscape. 



roofed cupola and fronted by a brick 
plaza, that has risen on land that three 
years ago was marsh. Gushing Hall 
(c. 1830) has two new neighbors, the 
Federal-style Garpenter residence halls. 
Beds of new trees, shrubs, and flowers 
decorate corners and banks. And 
between Gushing and Graham halls lies 
the restructured Green (photo below). 




Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



We also "have got" changes that, while 
not immediately obvious, make life at 
Hampden- Sydney safet and easiet. 
Johns, Gushing, and other buildings 
have been rehabilitated (in the strictest 
sense — made more habitable and oper- 
able). Smoke detectors, sprinklers, or 
fire escapes have been installed. A new 
campus-wide communications 
network and water distribution system 
are also in place. 

Did all this come together by a 
happy accident? Certainly not, but the 
work that has been done is almost 
unbelievable considering what we had 
and what state it was in two years ago. 

When the Trustees adopted the Stra- 
tegic Plan (formally, Toward the Year 
2000: A Strategic Plan for Hampden- 
Sydney College) in 1989, they wanted to 
"provide a basis for sustained planning 
... to nurture Hampden-Sydney as a 
setting for intellectual and petsonal 
growth by faculty and students alike." 

^_^ UT BEFORE THE 
• L^ College could meet the 

I J challenges of the nineties, 
much less of the twenty- 
first century, it had to solve some oi" the 
problems ot the past. 

The most serious problem we faced 
was inadequate space. A campus 
meant to house 750 students cannot 
easily accommodate 840 — or 900, or 
1000. And a dining hall that seats 192 
people shotild not be the place where 
one-half to two-thirds of the students 
eat three times a day. 

That our physical facilities were 
inadequate was disturbing. Worse, 
though, was the revelation that those 
we had were in disrepair. A facilities 
audit (a thorough examination of 
buildings, ground to roofi:op) begun in 
1989 as part ol the Strategic Plan 
revealed that this charming, almost 
idyllic place was in reality dangerously 
in need ol repair. All twenty-eight of 
the buildings studied violated "life 



safety codes" — fault)' wiring, hard-to- 
reach or non-existent exits, no fire 
escapes, or structural damage. Most of 
them violated btiilding code standards: 
missing window frames, crumbling 
ceiling plaster, and so on. Cushing 
Hall, the worst but followed closely by 
Johns, Bagby, and Morton Halls, was 
cited as having "urgent" structural 



The greatest obstacle to 

ameliorating the College's 

physical problems proved 

to be inadequate fuyiding. 

"Bricks and mortar" gfis — 

with the notable recent 

exception of the Carpenter 

Foundations generosity — 

are hard to come by. 



defects. Its exterior masonry was crum- 
bling and its walls "deteriorated, under- 
mined." Plumbing leaks had caused 
plaster ceilings to crack or fall. The 
original electrical wiring had not been 
installed properly and was outdated 
and deteriorating. Doors that opened 
inward would hinder escape in case of 
fire. But the worst, and most immi- 
nendy dangerous, of Cushing Hall's 
problems was its roof, which was 
"ready to literally slide oft the build- 
ing," according to Norman Krueger, 
Vice President for Business Affairs. 
Joists, rafters, and sheathing — the 
entire root frame — were decayed. 

Also in 1 989, when Trustees 
received a campus assessment and 
horticttltural management plan from 
Van Yahres Associates, landscape archi- 
tects, they found that more than otir 
buildings had been neglected. The 
architects had studied 212 ol the center 
campus's 442 trees. Of the 212, only 



12 (6%) were rated as outstanding. 
Sixty-two trees (29%) were rated as 
poor or "should be removed." In his 
report, Mike Van Yahres, owner of the 
Charlottesville-based firm, said that 
while the campus was "an excellent 
example of a typical college design of 
the 1 9th century, when the romantic 
notion of isolating colleges in the 
sublimity ot nature prevailed," it was 
also an excellent example of how such a 
natural setting can deteriorate. "A 
majority of the mature trees on campus 
are declining," he said, " and the 
central grounds are cluttered with 
service facilities, utilities, and asphalt 
parkways." 

r HIS WAS NOT THE 
first time that our "atmos- 
phere of sound learning" 
had suffered from inad- 
equate space, substandard physical 
facilities, neglected grounds, or all 
three. From the beginning, the popu- 
larity of the new "Academy" established 
in 1 775 surprised even its founding 
trustees and made the College's first 
years a struggle to accommodate those 
who wanted to study here. When 
classes began in January 1776, there 
was no building in which to house or 
educate students. Some ot the 105 
young men who had enrolled lived 
with the steward; some lived with "a 
few neighbors " in the area; some were 
forced to live in shanties they built with 
the shingles of the roof intended for the 
uncompleted principal building. And 
there was not enough money. The 
1777 lottery scheme to raise a building 
fund failed in part because ot war-time 
inflation. A request for state subsidy 
withered away in the House of Bur- 
gesses, the legislative body preoccupied 
with managing a revolution. 

Having survived its first few years, 
largely on tuition and the support of 
trustees and others, Hampden-Sydney 
was granted a charter in 1783. But, 



10 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



For much of the summer, the campus groaned 
under bulldozers, piles of pipe, and construction 
debris (left). By August it began to look finished, 
if unfamiliar: a new curved walk (below) leads 
from Bagby past Morton to New Commons. 




while the curriculum continued to 
grow, the development and main- 
tenance of housing and academic space 
lagged behind. By 1 820, the year Jona- 
than P. Gushing became acting pres- 
ident, "Hampden-Sydney was not 
particularly attractive to a young 
scholar. . . . The buildings were old, 
uncomfortable, and inadequate, the 
library and laboratory were facilities in 
name only, the financial resources 
meager" (Bradshaw, History of 
Hampden-Sydney College, Volume I). 
The trustees did not think the campus 
attractive to older scholars either; they 
were afraid of losing professors to 
colleges in the north. Again, as in 1776, 
trustees asked for aid from the public 
and from the state: "subscriptions" 
(akin to a modern bond issue) were 
sold, and the trustees petitioned for aid 
from the legislature. The subscription 
sale was only moderately successful, and 
the College received no building fonds 
from the state. Nevertheless, a new 
college building, later named Gushing 



Hall, a Seminary building 
(Venable Hall), a presidents 
house, and a dining hall were 
begun in the 1 820s. 



^ 



OT UNTIL THE 1830s 
did someone seem to 
notice that the grounds, 
too, required improve- 



ment. Bradshaw paraphrases Robert 
Lewis Dabney's remarks about the 
campus to his sister in 1 836: "The 
environs of the college building [are] an 
old field full of gullies and weeds, with 
the cows ot the neighborhood grazing 
to the very windows of the structure, 
the bells making so much noise that it 
bothered the students at study." The 
Gollege, by that time offering a curric- 
ulum "equal to any in the South," had 
its grand, new, Federal-style buildings 
sitting in a cow pasture. Taking office 
in 1838, President William Maxwell 
declared his objectives to "repair thor- 
oughly the buildings, plant fruit and 
ornamental trees, build walks about the 
groimds, and make a park of the 
campus." The first campus renewal 
plan was born. 

In 1989, as in 1776 and again in the 



1 820s, the greatest obstacle 
to the amelioration of the GoUege's 
physical condition proved to be inad- 
equate funding. Put in simple terms, 
there wasn't enough money. Unlike a 
publicly mandated and funded institu- 
tion, a private college must depend 
heavily on tuition for its operating 
budget (80% of Hampden- Sydney's 
budget comes from tuition). 
Hampden-Sydney's loyal alumni are 
known for their generosity, but they are 
few, numbering about 6700. Finally, 
large gifts to the CoUege many times 
are designated by the giver to be used 
for scholarships and educational 
programs; "bricks and mortar" fiind- 
ing — with the most notable and recent 
exception of the Garpenter Founda- 
tions generosity — is hard to come by. 

Affirming that adequate physical 
facilities are part — not the most impor- 
tant part, but a vital one — of our 
mission to educate "good men and 
good citizens in an atmosphere of 
sound learning," the Trustees of this 
Gollege approved a 9.5-miUion-dollar 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



11 



bond issue in 1989. The funds from it 
would be used to solve some, though 
by no means all, of the existing prob- 
lems. Further, they would be used to 
create a campus that would be more 
attractive to visitors and prospective 
students, also vital in the increasingly 
competitive world of higher education. 
We know how the building projects 
fared. Thanks in large measure to the 
generosity of major donors whose gifts 
are to be recognized publicly later this 
year, the dining hall-student center 
begun in 1989 opened oftlcially in 
March 1991. It contains four dining 



rooms, two kitchens, two meeting 
rooms, a 6,670-square-foot student 
activities center, and a Tiger Inn three 
times as large as the old one (possessing 
windows, no less). Built of brick, slate, 
and cast stone, the plaza between the 
commons building and Morton Hall 
provides visitors, students, faculty, and 
staff a place to meet and talk in the 
sunshine. In August 1990, seventy 
students moved into each of the 
Carpenter residence halls, built with 
the support of the Carpenter Founda- 
tion (see the Winter 1 99 1 Record). The 
three-story buildings with resident 
advisors quarters and a study lounge 
on each floor filled the urgent need for 
space in a sophisticated way. 

In addition, all construction and 
repair were done in a way consistent 



with Hampden-Sydneys identity as a 
national historic preservation zone. 
(Many of the College's buildings are 
Virginia Historic Landmarks: 
Penshurst, Middlecourt, Venable, 
Graham, Cushing, Atkinson, College 
Church, Hampden House, Estcourt, 
Westmerton, and the Birthplace.) The 
new Commons and the Carpenter resi- 
dence halls were given the slate roof 
block dentil molding, wood cornices, 
double-hung windows, and columned 
porches consistent with the Federal 
style of architecture that predominates 
here. The decayed cornices of Johns 
Auditorium and Bagby, Morton, and 
Cushing halls were replaced with mill- 
work crafted to duplicate the original 
exactly. New brick matched existing 
brickwork. Roofs were replaced or 
repaired with slate and tin. 
And, while electricity and plumbing 




12 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



were upgraded to meet current codes, 
interior restoration — even painting — 
reproduced as nearly as possible the 
original decor. 



l^ 



S THE BUILDINGS 
were designed to fit their 
historical context, so land- 
scaping was intended to 
produce a "natural, histor- 
ical" look consistent with the College's 
identity. Van Yahres, who had 
designed landscape lor Poplar Forest, 
Jefferson's "sylvan retreat," and had 
evaluated all the major trees at Monti- 
ceUo, seemed to be the man lor the job. 
According to Bill McElway of the Rich- 
mond Times- Dispatch, Van Yahres' 
1 988 award-winning design for Wood- 
berry Forest School had "rescued" the 
school's "arboreal treasure " and 
"balanced immediate needs with the 
long-term goal of re-establishing the 
school's original landscaping themes" — 
just what we needed here. Comparing 
Hampden-Sydney's campus to Jeffer- 
son's "academical village . . . open, with 
separate buildings placed in a park-like 
setting, " Van Yahres recommended 



scheduled replacement of declining 
trees; location of walkways, parking 
lots, and major plantings "to corre- 
spond with tree decline "; and rede- 
signing the grounds to reflect the new 
"center" of campus created by the 
placement of the new commons and 
residence halls. 

Also embodied in the Van Yahres 
plan was the "village green" concept 
that led to the redesign (by Van Yahres 
and a civil engineer) of the grounds 
between Graham and Ctishing Halls, 
the largest landscaping project in the 
history of the College. The asphalt 
walkways and parking lots at Gushing, 
Graham, and Morton were torn up. 
Pristine concrete sidewalks were laid in 
a new pattern, radiating out from an 
old millstone in the valley below Gush- 
ing, across the brook, and up to the 
Belltower, Morton, or the Commons. 
A new walk connects Memorial Gate 
to the Bell Tower, re-aligning these two 
structures along their original east-west 
axis. Pipe-and-post fencing, matching 
the original fence along College Road, 
was constructed — by Buildings and 
Grounds employees — in front of Gush- 



ing and around the culvert west ol the 
brook in the bottom. 

While the Graham-Gushing Green 
is now one of the most pleasant areas ol 
the campus, it is also one of the most 
functional. Underneath the sidewalks 
and sodding lie water distribution pipes 
and thousands of feet ol fiber-optic 
cable that link the College's new tele- 
phone and computer networks. 

But the new green has also caused 
the most controversy. It was at least an 
upbeat kind of dissonance, one born ol 
caring: while few people argued the 
need for larger, more useful buildings, 
some were hard-pressed to understand 
or explain the changes made to our 
grounds. 

The flashpoint came on May 29, 
1991, when the Southern Red Oak at 
the northeast corner of Graham Hall 
was cut down. According to Van 
Yahres, the tree had been declining 
steadily for some time; he had recom- 
mended its removal in 1 990 because it 
posed a danger to structures and people 
around it. But College administrators 
hesitated to remove it then, cutting it 
down when they did only because it 



l^^ 



'^w£:4:^ 









■>*«^%/ ■ 



I 'fm^ 






Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



13 



showed irreparable deterioration. 

While the removal of the oak may 
have had nothing to do with the Green 
project, its timing was definitely unfor- 
tunate. In a town meeting on June 24, 
those opposed to the tree's destruction 
argued the wisdom of Van Yahres" 
judgement. The tree still had leaves; 
although its center was dead, its outer 
rings were solid. The tree, some said, 
did not threaten Graham Hall so much 
as it threatened the civO engineers plans 
for the Green, with its sidewalk that led 
from Memorial Gate to the Belltower, 
straight through the site o\ the tree in 
question. 

Defenders ot the trees were also 
concerned that the heavy machinery 
was damaging the roots of trees that 
were left, threatening to kill them too. 

In response. Van Yahres explained 
his "calculus of tree management" — 
how he decided which trees should be 
saved and which should not. A tree is 
rated, he said, by its "potential contri- 
bution to a long-range master plan. " 
Criteria include age, height, spread, 
species desirabUiry {e.g., whether it is 
appropriate for this locality, or is messy, 



or fragile), general strength, and 
appearance. Lower-grade trees are 
sometimes sacrificed for construction, 
but they are replaced with more suit- 



Those who objected to 

removing trees were not 

demanding stasis hut 

reminding administrators 

to exercise caution 

in effecting change. 

And those who modified 

the campus renewal plan 

showed the sensitivity and 

flexibility vital to sound 

planning fior fixture growth. 



able specimens. Van Yahres' guiding 
principle is that "the way to provide for 
our grandchildren is to anticipate the 
decline of certain trees and replace 
them now. . . . We need to begin plan- 
ning for the next generation. " 



While the differences of opinion at 
first focused on one tree, the residents 
and employees who came to the town 
meeting in June felt an urgent need to 
remind campus planners of the sanctity 
of all the trees that are our heritage. 

Some lines from a 1936 Record arti- 
cle, "Our Campus Trees," convey the 
strength of their feeling. In the essay. 
Dr. J. D. Eggleston writes of a giant oak 
that had died in the spring: "When it 
was cut down ... I counted the rings. 
. . . One does not exaggerate at putting 
the life of this tree at 250 years. . . . The 
Mother-Oak had dropped an acorn 
from one of her outstretching limbs 
about 1685 [when] this part of the 
Colony of Virginia was a vast, wooded 
wilderness . . . of wolves and bears, of 
deer, of the raccoon and beaver, and of 
thousands of birds." 

The tree at Graham Hall was only 
1 60 years old. Still, it had witnessed the 
beginnings of Union Theological Semi- 
nary, the struggles over slavery and 
states' rights and the war they led to, 
the Reconstruction, the end of the one 
century and the march of Hampden- 
Sydney students off to the wars of the 






4 






^c^t:^--:..r#',/^^ 



14 • THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



next. Felling it damaged, somehow, our 
continuity with the past. 

Question-raising at the town meet- 
ing brought results. The landscape 
architect. Van Yahres, and Vice Pres- 
ident Krueger set about altering the 
plans of the civil engineer by making 
on-site adjustments to allow for tree 
safety and growth. The proposed 
Graham Hall driveway was moved six 
feet to the north to save several trees 
and avoid damage to others. A part of 
the walkway north of the dining hall 
was curved to avoid another tree. 
Specific injunctions against using heavy 
machinery near roots or parking under 
trees were written into construction 
contraas. Some trees were transplanted 



to other areas on campus, and trees 
past saving were replaced with 
plants already grown to six to 
eight inches in diameter. In addition 
erosion shields were placed at the foot 
of banks and around ditches to prevent 
soil depletion by runoff 

The controversy over the Graham 
Hall oak symbolizes the larger issue of 
the College's struggle to achieve a fine 
balance between preserving the past 
and preparing for the fiiture. Those 
who objected to the trees removal were 
not demanding stasis but reminding 
administrators to exercise caution in 
effecting change. And those who modi- 
fied the campus renewal plan showed 
the sensitivity and flexibility vital to 
sound planning for future growth. 



CM 









ENDING CRACKED 
walls, replacing dying trees, 
laying new foundations, and 
replanting repeat the eternal 
cycle of physical decline, renewal, and 
growth necessary to any living entity. 
We, like our predecessors, the founders 
and the builders, have taken our turn in 
assuring that the physical college not 
only survives but thrives. The cost less- 
ens when we remember that with each 
renewal comes the reaffirmation of our 
original purpose. For over two centu- 
ries, this College has been building, 
rebuilding, and growing, but it will 
continue to enrich, as it always has, the 
hearts and minds of young men, who 
carry the spirit of this place with them 
when they go out into the world. Long 
after once-new walls have fallen and 
saplings have matiu-ed, the idea that is 
Hampden-Sydney will remain. 




While the main sidewalks were placed for co)ii>ei}ient access (above), 
planners expected new paths to be defined— and the students have been busy 
doing just that. In front of Gushing Hall and aroinid the various creeks that 
run through the campus, miniature College fences (right) protect pedestrians. 



Whiter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HM4PDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



15 



Taking on Eastern Europes 
Befouled Environment 



rHE POLISH GOVERN- 
ment makes Silesian 
schoolchildren take a rwo- 
week vacation every year, 
but the children do not go to the beach 
or summer camp. Instead, they travel 
to Northern Poland to clear their lungs 
of lead and sulfur dioxide emissions. 
The soil around Silesia contains nine 
grams of lead per kilogram of soil, and 
thirty-five percent of the school- 
children show signs of lead poisoning. 

The environmental problems of 
Silesia, Poland, are just one example of 
the obstacles that Dr. Kenneth Town- 
send, Associate Professor and Chair of 
the Economics Depart- 
ment at Hampden-Sydney 
College, faced when he led 
a People-to-People team ot 
engineers and economists, 
representing academia and 
industry, to Poland, 
Czechoslovakia, and the 
former Soviet Union. The 
delegation met with groups 
like Poland's Atomic 
Energy Commission, the 
Moscow City Council, and 
the Czech Academy of 
Sciences, attempting to 
devise economically feasible 
strategies for cleaning up 
the staggering legacy ol 
contamination left behind 
by communist regimes. 

For Townsend, an envi- 
ronmental economist, the 
trip was the culmination of 
recent research on environ- 



By Frederic L. Smith 92 

mental policy in command economies. 
Along with Herman Daly, a noted 
economist, Townsend has been work- 
ing on a book that wdll be published by 



Forty-eight percent of the 

river water- in Poland 
is unfit even for industrial 

cooling applications. 

The Polish tourist agency 

recommends that travelers 

limit their stay in Krakow 

to three days, because 
the air is so contaminated. 





MIT Press this year. The book focuses 
on pollutions retarding economic 
efiicts and the ways to mobilize a 
command economy for clean-up. The 
trip was also like a "living laboraton'," 
after his studies on environmental 
economics at the Central School tor 
Planning and Statistics. 

His expertise and extensive prepara- 
tion could not, however, prepare him 
for the severe pollution he would see in 
Eastern Europe. Townsend wrote that 
Eastern Europe, in many regions, is "a 
harrowing scene of landscape, now 
deceptively green with the crops of late 
simimer, contaminated with heavy 
metals, such as lead and 
cadmium, with radioactive 
fallout, and with incredibly 
high levels of deposits of the 
oxides of sulphur and nitro- 
^1^ gen from the smokestacks of 

m^- industr)'." 

■' Marxist governments are 

largely to blame for this 
contamination, beginning 
with Stalin's Five- Year Plans 
in the 1930s that called for 
heavy investments in large- 
scale industr}'. Unfor- 
tunately, heavy industry' 
under communist rule 
tailed to produce enough 
profit to invest in new 
machinery, so that, as Town- 
send remarked, "the exces- 
sive drive to boost the 
output of heav)' industry — 
steel, concrete, chemicals — 
has come at the expense of 



Polluting highway and polluted river run below the gilded domes of the Kremlin. 



16 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



modern, less polluting equipment." 
Additionally, communist regimes have 
simply not recognized pollution, or 
blamed its effects on Western 
capitalism. 



o 



NLY IN THE LAST FEW 
years, as communist 
governments have buckled 
to massive social resistance 
and capitalistic reforms, has the 
Pandora's box of environmental prob- 
lems been opened in Eastern Europe. 
Townsend noted that lorry-eight 
percent of the river water in Poland is 
unfit even lor industrial cooling appli- 
cations and that the Polish tourist 
agency recommends that travelers limit 
their stay in Krakow to three days 
because the air is so contaminated. 
Although the problem seems partic- 
ularly acute in Poland, it is also serious 
in Czechoslovakia. In Czechoslovakia 
and the Soviet Union, the primary 
source of polludon is the widespread 
burning of high-sulphur brown coal, 
lignite. 

Cleaning up this environmental 
mess is especially vexing in command 



(centrally-controlled, socialist) econ- 
omies. The Catch-22 is that capital- 
starved Eastern European countries 
depend on the very industries that 
produce most ol the pollution for the 
hard currency that is needed for the 
technology to control pollution. 

Economic reforms aimed at creating 
a market (supply-demand) economy 
will, of coiirse, facilitate the clean-up 
process. Townsend observed that the 
Soviet Union has the least reformed 
economy, while Poland, under Lech 
Walesa's tutelage, has seen the most 
changes. Czechoslovakia, Townsend 
said, is somewhere in between. 

But Townsend and his colleagues 
helped to articulate more specific solu- 
tions. First, his group told government 
officials to focus on sulfur-dioxide emis- 
sions, not on soil contamination. Curb- 
ing the use of high-sulphur coal would 
be the most cost-effective way to 
reduce poOution. The group also 
emphasized the practice of 
using government-issued 
permits to allow firms to 
emit contaminants to a 
certain point, but would 
require them to treat any 
emissions beyond that 
limit. Until Eastern Euro- 
pean governments create 
environmental protection 



agencies with police power, however, 
these recommendations cannot be very 
effective. 

Townsend noted that another effi- 
cient clean-up option is "ecological 
debt swapping" with Western creditors. 
Currently, Sweden is exploring a plan 
whereby Eastern European countries 
invest in pollution control equipment 
in exchange for the remission of debts. 
This policy seems especially beneficial 
for countries like Sweden, which are 
affected by Eastern Europe's pollution. 

As to the magnitude of the problem 
in Eastern Europe, Townsend admits 
current clean-up efforts may yield little 
in the short term. Yet Eastern Europe's 
pleas for environmental help to experts 
like Townsend suggest that progress is 
on the horizon. Townsend said, "The 
primary good our group accomplished 
was to demonstrate the efficiencies of 
market economies that let pollution 
abatement [methods] occur at the least 
cost." 





Outdated technology, like Moscow's thirties-cm 
sewage settling ponds (left) threaten the environ- 
ment of Eastern Europe, as does the pollution 
from burning high-sulfiir brown coal — the 
white limestone exterior of St. Vitus ' Cathedral 
in Prague. Czechoslovakia (whose interior is 
shown above) was cleaned only five years ago 
but is already grimy black again. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



17 



''Silicon Hiir) Hampden-Sydney 



Comes of Computer Age 



^A 



S PART OF ITS EFFORT 
to modernize operations 
in an increasingly compet- 
itive college market, and 
as a response to the growing number 
of personal comptiters around the 
campus, Hampden-Sydney recently 
commissioned a state-ot-the-art tele- 
communications system. The new 
system, largely implemented this past 
summer, boasts a wide scope ot 
improvements to voice and data 
communications, administrative 
computing, academic computing, and 
cable television. 

Perhaps the most 
apparent change on 
campus is the revamped 
telephone system, which 
became active July 1 . 
Over three miles ot in- 
ground cabling was 
installed throughout the 
College in order to ser\'e 
the new telephone and 
computer system for the 
200 faculty and staff 
members and 950 
students. 

"Everyone has been 
very pleased about it," 
said Gerry Pettus, 
switchboard operator. 

The old system was a 
Digital 1201 PBX. 
Installed in the early 
1970s, its major limita- 
tion was that all calls to 
and between faculty and 
staff had to be routed 



By Matthew Kamitschnig 94 

through a central switchboard. This 
requirement restricted the hours of 
operation and hampered the ability of 
faculty and staff to obtain local and 
long distance lines. In addition, the 
equipment for the system was no 
longer in production, making the avail- 
ability of spare parts and trained tech- 
nicians uncertain. 

Consequently, the trustees decided 
that a change was needed, and 
Hampden-Sydney is now serviced by a 
Northern Telecom "Meridian 1" phone 
system. The cost for this new system 
and its cabling was around $690,000. 




The new 



Distal VAX supermini computer in the Fuqua Computing Center. 



A consulting firm hired by the College 
to assess the situation, however, 
projected that the revenues the system 
will produce over the next ten years will 
make it a "no-cost project." 

It was in the 1 880s that President 
Richard Mcllwaine had Hampden- 
Sydney's first telephone installed in his 
house. Students were not permitted to 
use it, however. If he wanted to use a 
telephone, a student would walk to the 
store on College Road, which also 
housed one of the then new-langled 
contraptions. 

Not before the 1 950s did our 

students have even the 
luxtiry of pay telephones 
in the residence halls. 

In 1964, TT^fr colum- 
nist J. M. Reid called for 
the administration to 
put telephones in every 
students room. Some- 
thing, he said, needed to 
be done about the 
"troublesome pay 
telephones." 

"How many times 
have you tried to make a 
phone call and have had 
to wait for your turn — 
which comes an hour 
later?" he asked. "How 
often would you have 
liked to talk just a litde 
longer but did not have 
the exact change?" 

Reid's wish did not 
come true in 1964, but 
several vears later 



1 8 • THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



students were finally given the option 
of having a telephone in their rooms. 

Now, twenty-some years later, this 
first system has been replaced. A 
century after the College bought its 
first telephone, Hampden-Sydney is 
once again on the cutting edge of tele- 
communications technolog)'. 

The benefits of the Meridian 1 
system for faculty and staft include 24- 
hour direct-dial service to every faculty, 
staff, and student phone on campus, 
ready availability of local and long- 
distance lines, and a feature which only 
a few years ago would have seemed 
wholly futuristic — voice-mail, essen- 




tially an answering machine without 
the machine. Every student and faculty 
and staff member has his or her own 
"mailbox" in which messages can be left 
and a five-digit code with which to 
retrieve them. 

In the old system, students had 24- 
hour phone service — if they ordered a 
phone from the local telephone 
company. Now, however, in addition to 
voice-mail and new phones, they no 
longer have to deal with multiple 
vendors; the College now handles all 
installation (is, in effect, its own tele- 
phone company) and has a contract 
with Sprint to serve the long-distance 
needs of everyone on campus. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



19 



i.A 



NOTHER ADVANTAGE 
ot Hampden-Sydney's new 
telecommunications 
system is that it allows for 
an integrated computer network, since 
the telephone cable can transmit 
computer data as weU as voice signals. 

What this means for students is that 
a paper they write on a computer in 
their rooms can be electronically trans- 
mitted to the computer in their profes- 
sors ofFice. And once the library's cata- 
logue is put on computer, students will 
also be able to look up library books 
and sort through periodicals indices 
from terminals in their rooms. 

Many students — according to one 
adminstrator, between a half and a 
third of them — own a personal 
computer, most of them Apple Macin- 
toshes, because the College has a favor- 
able purchasing agreement with Apple 
Corporation, which has significantly 
reduced the cost of machines (see 
accompanying profile of Dr. Ray Gaskins, 
who started the MacCraze at Hampden- 
Sydney). The College owns 1 75 more 
Macs for student use, spread around 
campus but concentrated in a lab on 
the second floor of Venable Hall and in 
the new computer center in the base- 
ment of Johns Auditorium, which can 
accommodate 45 users. 

At the same time the new telephone 
cable was installed, so was fibre-optic 
cabling, connecting thirteen of the 
main administrative and academic 
buildings on campus and allowing data 
bases and other files to be shared 
between computer terminals and the 
new Digital Equipment Corporation 
VAX 4000 supermini computer. 

Fibre-optic data transmission is a 
relatively new technology' that uses rays 
of light to send information over hair- 
thin glass fibres at blinding speeds. The 
fibre wire provides a greater carrying 
capacity than copper telephone cable, is 
immune to frequency interference, and 
has an increased transmission securitv. 



And because fibre-optic communica- 
tion relies on light instead of electricit)', 
it is impervious to lightning strikes. 

Installed over the summer, the vax 
supermini computer is the true center- 
piece of the Colleges new computing 
system. Coupled with the integrated 
network and a new software package, 
the VAX promises to ser\'e Hampden- 



Despite the ready availability 
of Macintoshes on campus, 

many students have 

purchased their oum units. 

A paper they write on a 

computer in their rooms can 

he electronically transmitted 

to the computer in their 

professors office. 



Sydney's computing needs into the 21st 
century. 

The VAX replaced an 1 1 -year-old 
Perkin-Elmer mainframe computer. 
According to Steve Davis, Director of 
Computing, the change has made ad- 
ministrative computing more efficient. 

"It was needed to eliminate redun- 
dancy among Admissions, the Business 
Office, Development and External 
Affairs, Student Records, and Dean of 
Students and to enable the current staff 
to efficiently serve our growing campus 
community," he said. "For example, 
each of these areas keeps computer 
records of our students. Many of these 
data bases are exactly the same, but 
could not be shared electronicaUy.' 
Each office had to maintain its own 
version of the files, a dtiplication which 
was not only unnecessary but which 
prevented ever)'one from having access 
to the information. 

Probably the most dramatic example 
of how the new svstem will make a 



difference is the office of development 
and external affairs, which uses 80% of 
the Perkin-Elmer's time. 

"We are really excited about it," said 
Sherry Womack, who handles comput- 
ing and data management for the 
development office. "The vax and its 
new specialized software will provide 
capabilit)' for data management and 
presentation we've never had before." 

The development office staff know 
firsthand the benefits of the new 
system, since they had to deal with 
primitive equipment for so long. 

"When I arrived on camptis in 
1989," recalls Don Keel, vice president 
for development and external affairs, 
"all my department had were a bunch 
of old memory typewriters and two 
borrowed Macs. " Thanks to the fore- 
sightedness of two anonymous trustees, 
who were aghast at the tools with 
which the find-raising staff was manag- 
ing to get the job done, first the devel- 
opment office and later the publica- 
tions office were able to get on the 
computer network bandwagon before 
the great campus-wide cabling push of 
1 99 1 . A local area network allowed 
officers to share data, drafts, and 
messages. "Our capacity to reach 
donors in a timely manner and to 
prepare reports from up-to-the-minute 
information took a quantum leap over- 
night, " Keel said. 

Now the new network and central 
computer are opening doors for the 
development office. In order to relieve 
cramped quarters and to make way for 
the business office's move to Cabell 
House, the various elements of the 
office of development and external 
affairs are moving into into four separ- 
ate locations. "Physical separation like 
this simply would not be possible with- 
out the total communications network 
of the VAX, in concert with our Mac 
local area network, " Keel said. "But 
with this system, we'll hardly notice it." 



20 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Ray Gaskhis: Present at the 
creation of our computer age 

Ray Gaskins says he "simply fell into" 
computer technology when he was an 
imdergraduate math major at Virginia 
Tech in 1961 — when, mind you, we 
were just beginning to hear the word 
"binary," when IBMs took up whole 
rooms, and each line of a program had 
to be punched onto a separate card. He 
was helping an instructor work out a 
statistics program — on about 2,000 
cards — when he realized the idea of 
computers "looked kinda neat." So he 
wrote his own program. 

When he came to Hampden-Sydney 
in 1 970 to teach math and computer 
science, Gaskins found the manage- 
ment of information not much more 
efficient than it had been at Tech ten 
years before: students, professors, and 
office personnel had to stand in line, 
hands fiill of batches of punch cards, to 
tise an IBM 11 30 that took up about 
45 square feet of floor space. The SIS 
(Student Information System) used for 
student registration required 75 
programs and sometimes caused the 
computer to "bomb out." Keeping 
good programmers was also a problem. 
As Gaskins says, if they were "too 
good," everybody else wanted them. 

So, in 1 974, Gaskins decided that "it 
was up to me to step in and take over — 
and I did." He immediately began to 
rewrite the SIS. Even more pressing 
than the software problem, however, 
was the age of the 1 130. Gaskins knew 
from experience that it would be only a 
short time before IBM stopped produc- 
ing parts for the old machine and 
servicing its hardware. 

In 1980, thanks to a substantial gift 
from J. B. Fuqua for a new computing 
center, the College was able to purchase 
the Perkin-Elmer 3240 mainframe, a 
"rugged and reliable" model exactly like 
those that run the space shuttle simu- 
lator at Goddard Space Center. There 
was litde danger of obsolescence: as for 
all equipment used by the federal 
government, Perkin-Elmer parts and 
service had to be available for ten years. 



At about the time that the College 
was beginning to make fiill use of the 
PE 3240, the world of information 
technology exploded with the advent of 
the personal computer. IBM intro- 
duced its PC in 1981 and Apple began 
selling its Macintosh in 1984, but 
neither could keep up with demand. 
Gaskins, who says "making deals is in 
my blood," was undaunted when he 
learned that other people at other places 
were standing in line to get one 
machine within six months of their 
order. He made a few phone calls 
(including one to Apple, Inc., head- 
quarters) and secured an agreement for 
8 1 computers with a 20% discount and 
guaranteed delivery within 90 days. 

Gaskins made another deal with 
Apple in 1990, this time afi:er Apple 
approached him. Having noticed his 
record resale of used Macintoshes, 
Apple asked him to join the Higher 
Education Purchase Program, a plan 
that would allow at least 50% discount 
on new hardware and as much as 80% 
on sofirware. Seeing the advantages of 
lower prices for the College, Gaskins 
took them up on their offer. 

Selling and buying computers was 
simply a way for Gaskins to fulfill his 
vision for Hampden-Sydney — "a 
computer on every desktop." But even 
as his entrepreneurship has allowed the 
College to keep up with developing 
technology and to do it at low cost, 
Gaskins has done more than make 
MacDeals and teach mathematics and 
computer science. He has won awards 
for research from Hampden-Sydney 
College and the Virginia Academy of 
Science and written a dozen papers 
and more than 20 articles. More 
important, especially for those of us 
who five years ago didn't know a 
megabyte was not an orthodontic 
disease, he has guided us through 
the increasingly complex field of 
information technology. 

Because of his experience with 
the IBM 1 130, Gaskins began to 
plan for a new system long before 
the old one became too costly to 
maintain and repair or parts 



became unavailable. In 1 987 he and 
Paul Baker (now Associate Dean of 
Academic Administration) announced 
the formal plan for replacing the 
Perkin-Elmer, alerting administrators 
and trustees to the dangers of working 
with an antiquated mainframe. As a 
result, a new computer — and a whole 
new telephone-computing network to 
support it — ^were placed at the top of 
the list of priorities in the Colleges Stra- 
tegic Plan. 

What's next for Ray Gaskins, now 
that we have a computer on almost 
every desktop, a new mainframe (prop- 
erly called a "super-mini" nowadays), 
and the technology he has dreamed 
about for twenty years? 

"FDDI" is his prompt reply. That's 
Fiber Distributed Data Interface, a 
high-speed networking system for fiber- 
optics with about ten times our present 
capacity and, more important, a 
systems-management capability that 
will monitor traffic on the network and 
pinpoint failures in the system. 

"Now" says Gaskins, "if we only had 
five or six million more. . . . " 




ftSll^rfOB: nine 



^5fe^-- "Amst-ni 



^-^^^£^5KEVS 



-v^iiginia 



AN AD 1-OR APPLF IN VIRC.INIA BUSINFS.S FEATllRED RAV CJASKINS (RIGHT) 






Whiter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



21 



Manorial Gate Rededicated 


( 


Jn the Hi 


/ 


I 








his state from a ruthless invasion"; Ned 






"When it comes to war, 




Langhorne, Class of 1860 (the student 


At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day 






who had murdered his fellow student 


of the eleventh month, a small group 




there are no minor conflicts. 




over an "affair of honor"), died of 


from the community gathered in 




and each man 
who dies is 




disease, not of gimshot wounds; Ned 


College Church to re-dedicate the War 






Pasco, Class of 1895, who, fighting in 


Memorial Gate. The skies were over- 






the Philippines during the Spanish- 


cast, threatening rain, much as they had 




still a child of God. " 




AjTierican War, was captured by aborig- 


in 1921 when the cornerstone for the 






inal headhunters, beheaded, boiled. 


gate was laid. 




THE REVEREND 
WaLLIAM E. THOMPSON 




and eaten; Lee Tait '15, who was 


The group sang "My Country Tis ot 




Chaplmt of the Colkge 




wounded in France on November 1 1 , 


Thee," just as in 1921 — when, after the 
earth-shattering barbarism of World 








1918, about 15 minutes before the 
Armistice was signed, and died the next 




War I, alumni and friends of 




day; and David Wilson '38, son of 


Hampden-Sydney erected the memo- 


Korean War (2), and the Vietnam War 


professor and dean David C. Wilson, 


rial to those who had died in that war, 


(2) were cast in bronze. 


and G. B. Williams '44, son of the 


in the hope that there would be no 


During the ceremony, Mr. Thomp- 


pastor of College Church, who both 


more war. 


son brought to life some of the names 


died in World War II. And on and on. 


In his most reverent and dignified 


inscribed in the cold bronze: John T. 


The final prayer was in Rudyard 


Southern tones, die Reverend William 


Thornton, Class of 1842, whose 


Kipling's words: 


Thompson told of that original hope, 


widow received a visit from Robert E. 


The tumult and the shouting dies; 


lost now and for ever. And he told of 


Lee forty-eight hours before the surren- 


The captains and the kings depart; 


his idea, growing since the eve of the 


der at Appomattox; Isaac P. Armstrong, 


Still stands Thine ancient sacrifice, 


Gulf War, to add to the Gate the 


who died at the College after being 


An humble and a contrite heart. 


names of all Hampden-Sydney students 


wounded in Sharpsburg, Tennessee, 


"As we rededicate this memorial, we 


who had lost their lives in our country's 


and whose epitaph in the Seminary 


ofter a prayer," said the historian- 


wars. "When it comes to war," he said. 


Cemetery reads, "Died while defending 


minister, "that there will never be any 


"there are no minor conflicts, and each 




more names added to any more 


man who dies is still a child of God." 


Mr. William Thompson, chaplain of the 


plaques. The Memorial should be 


Under Mr Thompson's direction. 


College and pastor of College Church, 
beside the rededicated 
Memorial Gate. 


called the Teace Memorial,' because 


the World War II plaque was moved 


these young men died not for war but 


from the east end of Graham Hall 


A A 


for the hope of peace." 


to the Memorial Gate, and new 


5 ^ ▼ 




plaques commemorating lives i 


^. h, .^tk. 


lost in the Civil War (83), die ^^^^^ -^^ f ^ '^"^1' ^4, 




3k. L^i^^t 1 -1 ii^vB 


^^H 


* .l?«s^^ 


^^K«.........ii vS^^^H 




■^ . VvSR,!' , ■ 


II r-1 r\ ^1 r-f imm^mtm. v< 


\ 








^"7/TJ^^B^^^wBftl "■-—.--"- - 


WHI wmmm^AAi^ 


' -- -* 


A ^91^|H^H^~aB-' 


W^"V UT^H 


1 " r^~' 





22 • THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Kniffen Talks About 
Desire for Excellence, 
President Presents Awards 
At Fall Convocation 

Affirming the Colleges mission to 
"form good men and good citizens in 
an atmosphere ot sound learning," 
President Rossum presented awards to 
students demonstrating academic excel- 
lence at Fall Convocation on Novem- 
ber 19th. The College seeks to recog- 
nize, he said, "students whose academic 
achievement and leadership traits 
remind us ot this mission." 

Dr. Donald A. Kniffen, Adjimct 
Associate Professor of Physics at 
Hampden-Sydney and an astro- 
physicist at NASA's Goddard Space 
Flight Center for over thirty years, was 
the featured speaker. 

In his talk entitled "Astronomy: 
The Ageless Quest," Kniffen chal- 
lenged members of the audience to 
reflect on the achievements ot the 
student award winners by posing the 
question, "What reward motivates the 
quest for excellence?" He dismissed 
temporal rewards like money, power, 
and glory, concluding that the reward is 
intangible and rests in "the satisfaction 
we get from setting high standards." 

Astronomers, Knifiin observed, 
earn "intangibles" in seeking to under- 
stand individual bodies outside our 
world. He reminded the audience of 
the rich tradition of astronomical 
inquiry stretching back to the builders 
of Stonehenge and including great 
thinkers like Aristotle, Newton, and 
Einstein. Current research, Kniffen 
noted, proves that astronomy is "alive 
and exciting, but, at the same time, 
standing on the shoulders ot those 
inquiring minds who started the search 
so long ago." 

Kniffen remarked that while the 
"internal desire for excellence" contin- 
ues in all fields, outstanding students 
must continue to nurture the quest to 



ensure its vitality. As an analogy, he 
alluded to the current debate over how 
the common man benefits from the 
construction of space observatories. 

Granting that these projects 
consume large amounts of resources, 
Kniffen defended their existence. Aban- 
doning projects like this, he said, 
demonstrates that we are no longer 
willing to pursue excellence, no longer 
willing to compete with the ancient 
builders or great thinkers. 

In closing, Kniffen challenged the 
award winners to think about the 
legacy of intellectual inquiry as its 
own reward, "to take the baton, 
and to carry it to the next genera- 
tion with a litde more luster than it 
had when you received it here 
today." 

Receiving awards were 

• Todd Moose, a senior English, 
history, and Spanish major from 
Taylorsville, North Carolina, 
received the President's Award for 
Academic Excellence. This award is 
given annually to the senior with the 
highest grade-point average in his 
class. 

• McAlister Marshall II, a senior 
religion major from Richmond, 
received the President's Award for 
Overall Academic Excellence in the 
Humanities. 

• Eric S. Brown, a senior from 
Charlotte Court House, received the 
President's Award for Academic Excel- 
lence for the highest grade-point aver- 
age in the social sciences (psychology). 

• Mahdi M. Abu-Omar, a senior 
chemistry major from Arlington, 
received the President's Award for 
Academic Excellence in the Natural 
Sciences. 

• Paul Monroe Brinegar II, a junior 
physics and math/computer science 
major from Leesburg, won the Samuel 
S. Jones Phi Beta Kappa Award. He 
holds the second-highest grade-point 
average in the Junior Class. 



• George M. Howe III, of Belmont, 
North Carolina, received the Pres- 
ident's Award for Scholarship and 
Character. 

• Seth S. Joyner, a sophomore from 
Jacksonville, Florida, and Jason K. S. 
Porter, a sophomore from Hurt, 
Virginia, share the Omicron Delta 
Kappa Scholarship Award. The award 
is based on the achievement and lead- 
ership potential they demonstrated as 
freshmen. 

• Tanja Schifter, a junior from 
Hampden-Sydney, won the Samuel S. 



Women and mei 

coeducation. USA TODAVs AmB ^miunus ^^^^.^ ^^^^^ 
looks at two very different institutions, 

MtStMaryVTmake^ 



Try to find someone with no 
opinion on all-women's coll^» 

on one side are those who say 
women thnve in an environmen 
designed tor them, poinnng out 
that a third of the women in 
SSrdrooms of Fortune 500 com. 
^mes and hall the women n 
Congress are graduates of all- 
women's colleges. 

On the other are those who cite 
declining numbers of womens 
sc^rKfrom298inl960toiust85 
Sday counting both two- and 
fSear women's colleges), and 
suggKt that such schools were a 
valid response to the exclusion 
women from some of the most 
prestigious colleges - a sitiiation 
Uimhlsn'l existed for 50 yeare or 

"Tttll students at Mount St. 
Mary's College say they like 
thins just the way they are. 
sSs senior Terry Yugar. 21. of 



Alhambra.Calif.."lfeelImakea < 
difference- Things I say are i 

The student body of 1.200 in- 
cludes about 250 wo™" ''■""^ 
homes with low income or low 
eSon levels. They work t<>- 
ward an associate degree m an au 
ternative program, then can 
ffansfer to the four-year bacca- 
laureate program. „ no 
Biology major Pa"'Cia Pa- 
checo. 22. of Los Angeles, plans to 
become a pediatrician. 

"I think I have a better opportu- 
nity to do research." than she 
miiht have as an undergraduate 
mfcoed school, she says. And the 
expenence has made her aware 
of previous classroom discnmina- 
Hon "In college. I'm preferred 
because I'm in the tnajonty. 
Further, seeing successful 

women in leadership 1^^°^^^ 
inspirational, she says. 'My teach- 




^^.T^^tl^^^^-^^^^^'- 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



23 



Jones Phi Beta Kappa Award for her 
grade-point average in psycholog)'. She 
has the highest grade-point average in 
the Junior Class. 

• Eunice Carwile, a senior from 
Farmville, received a Special Recogni- 
tion for Academic Excellence. Mrs. 
Carwile holds a fiill-time job at the 
College while maintaining a 3.958 
academic average — the highest in the 
senior class — as a part-time student. 



College Featured in USA 
Today Article on Single-sex 
Educational Experiences 

In a special section focussing on "One- 
ot-a-Kind Schools," USA Today educa- 
tion writers profiled Hampden-Sydney 
and Mt. St. Mary's, an all-women's 
college in California (see reprint below). 
The section explored — generally favor- 
ably — the dynamics and advantages of 
public and private non-coed secondary 
schools and colleges. 



eeking e^^usiveedu^toi 



liberal arts 
ichmond, Va., 
pendent 
)S Angeles. 



rence 

I, my research 

jV, I can see that 

[ can too," 

leen students and 

g too. says senior 

21, of Us Vegas, 

■k*uilding Wom- 

program. 

; graduated, you 

Ih other graduates 

or for social con- 

lieges offer "the 
networks and be 
support group, 
at males have ai- 
re Robert Zemsky, 
> Institute for Re- 
^er Education at 
of Pennsylvania, 
with a women's 
<ame coeducation- 
e found "some stu- 
1 some very impor- 



f 



'f.n 



^ 



"S ,iA 



-, 'it, 



:.^> 



.-a 



Hampden-Sydney: Tradition, 'magic 

.,„„. h,„ we have you're dating , who's two do 




jbeci Hanast>«o. US* TODAY 

elinan, Patricia Pacheco 
j for career networking. 



Life is getting a litUe lonely out 
there for Hampden-Sydney Col- 

'^ Ml-men's colleges seem to be 
heading the way of spaB and 
h,gh-buttoned shoes - Qf ■>'""' 
not regarded as very useful m to- 
day's world. , 

The big shakeout came in the 
radical '60s. when men-only liber- 
al arts colleges, then more ton 
100 began to open their dooi^ to 
women. Now. there are just ftree^ 
Wabash college in Crawfords- 
ville ind., Morehouse College, At- 
lanui, and Hampden-Sydney. 

Tucked in a quiet comer of ru- 
ral Virginia. Hampden-Sydney re- 
mains a basUon of Southern gen- 
Ulity and gentlemanly tradinoa 

^d that suits administrators 
and snidents just tne.Uiankyou^ 
"It's nice being at a place 
where the iradition of genu liR^ 
and honor and the tradmon of lil> 
eral arts really count says 
Ralph Rossum, president of 
Hampden-Sydney since July^ 

"There's a certain magic at the 
campus that I'm loathe to see 
Sange. Hampden-Sydney has to 



continue to change, but we have 
,0 do so in a way that doesnt de- 
stroy that magic." 

Change isn't something many 
students would welcome, espe- 
cially change of the coeducauon- 
al kind, says Stephen Bowden 
(Bo)Wilkins,22,aseniorfron^At. 
anta. "It's been all-ma e for over 
200 years," he says. "Its not brc^ 

ken, so there's no need to ttx it 

Hampden-Sydney has the repu- 
tation of being one of the last hold- 
outs lor the privileged sons^ 
Southern anstocrats, a stereotype 
that makes Troy E. Drattons 
blood boil. „ 

"I hate that image, he says. 
One of 28 black students among 
950 undergraduates, Dratlon 21- 
of Beckley.W.Va. says the cam- 
pus grows more diverse every 
year "We've doubled our number 
of black students during my time 
here." he says. 

One of the advantages of an all- 
male student body is that it s easi- 
er to focus on the books, says C, 
Porter Banister. 21. of Anniston 
Ala "-When you have a choice o 
going out at night with a girl 



you're dating who's two doors 
down, rather than an hour away 
certainly that would be an added 

element of distracuon he say^^ 
"Dunngthe week, you re there o 
study. Females aren't readily 
available." But come the week- 
end he says, when women stu- 
denis visit'from Ma^ Baldwvn 
College or Randolph-Macon Col; 
lege "everything works out 6ne. 
in fact, the main argumen 
against all-male schools - that 
Uiey don't prepare men to work 

with women - <i°«"lL^lf4 
Hampden-Sydney men. We have 
excellent female professors, 
ton^ter says. "Its not like just b^ 
cause we go to an all-male school. 

we only deal with males. 

/^d they dispute the charges 
that the school insulates the men 
from real-world problems. 

"Whether we're old-fashioned 
in our ways or not, we're doing 
good thin^. making leaders Who 

Ire pushing society forward 
^ysMcAlister (Mac) C, Marshall 
2l'of Richmond, Va. "Its not fair 
to say because we are all male, 
we are dinosaurs." 



"Who's Who" Chooses 
Thirty-three Campus Leaders 

Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Unii'ersities has selected thirty-three 
students from Hampden-Sydney in 
recognition of their academic achieve- 
ment, service to the community, lead- 
ership in extracurricular activities, and 
potential for continued success. 

Virginia students named were C. 
Todd Ayers, Roanoke; Dwayne R. 
Bowyer, Mechanicsville; Leo J. M. 
Boyd, Richmond; Hawes Campbell IV, 
Yorktown; Thomas V. Dinh, Rich- 
mond; Henry H. Edens III, Rich- 
mond; P. Mahood Fonville, Jr., Rich- 
mond; Philip M. Harman, Blacksburg; 
Cecil W. Hickam III, Pulaski; Sage B. 
Johnson, Abingdon; Thomas R. Layer, 
Williamsburg; Sean T. Lenehan, Fair- 
fix; McAlister Marshall II, Richmond; 
David S. Naismith, Suffolk; Russell D. 
Turner, Roanoke; and Matthew B. 
Whitaker, Richmond. 

Also chosen were Schuyler G. 
Benson, Easton, Maryland; Aaron C. 
Beshears, Raleigh, North Carolina; 
Troy E. Drafton, Beckley, West 
Virginia; Richard L. Gann II, Nash- 
ville, Tennessee; Troy M. Hanna, 
Columbia, South Carolina; Alan J. 
Hiss, Miami, Florida; George M. 
Howe III, Belmont, North Carolina; 
Brian A. Irving, Hollywood, Florida; 
Paul J. Landaiche, Jr., Drexel Hill, 
Pennsylvania; Ricky L. Parham, Stovall, 
North Carolina; Kenneth J. Peflcaros, 
Wilmington, Delaware; Timothy L. 
Riddell, Slidell, Louisiana; Jackson W 
Tarver III, Atlanta, Georgia; Edwin L. 
West III, Gastonia, North Carolina; 
Stephen B. Wilkins, Atlanta, Georgia; 
Christopher R. Williams, Amarillo, 
Texas; and John M. Zell, Brunswick, 
Georgia. 



24 



THE RECORD OE HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Gala Homecoming Brings 
Alumni Back to Campus 

Homecoming weekend began on 
Friday afternoon, October 1 8th, with 
victory for the Class of 1953 in the 
Thompson Cup Challenge, the annual 
tennis match named in honor of 
Professor Graves H. Thompson. 

On Friday evening, the Classes ot 
1951, 1966, 1971, and 1981 gathered 
at Hampden -Sydney, while the classes 
of 1956, 1961, 1976, and 1986 got 
together at the Jefferson Hotel in 
Richmond. 

In the Fourteenth Annual H-SC 
Alumni 10-K Race, run on Saturday 
morning, Jim Alexander '80 had the 
best time overall and also placed first in 
the 30s age group. Kevin Martin-Gayle 
"88 finished first of the 20-29 year-olds; 
Christopher Jackson '92, first in the 
under-21 age group; David Martin '73, 
first in the 40-49 year-olds; and Jim 
Hickey, first in the 50 and over age 
group. Linda Mason was first in the 
women's category. 

Johnny Ellis '70, Alumni Associa- 
tion President, convened Saturday 



The Class of '66 (right) bought and 
presented to the College a portrait of 
Patrick Henij painted by Louis Briel '66, 
President Rossum (below) accepted the 
portrait at halftirne. 

Harrison Hancock '38 (far right, at 
center) received the Alumni Citation forn 
President Rossum, Alumni Association 
President John Ellis '70, and Director of 
Alumni Relations John Waters '58. 



morning's general meeting and 
presented to J. Harrison Hancock '38 
the Alumni Citation lor his loyal and 
unselfish work lor the College Museum 
and in alumni aftairs in Northern 
Virginia. Mr. Hancock, who at 
Hampden-Sydney was a Garnet staff 
member and president of the Union- 
Philanthropic Literary Society, was 
elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and gradu- 
ated as valedictorian of his class, 
worked lor several years as editorial 
assistant for The Commonwealth, a 
magazine published by the Virginia 
Chamber ot Commerce. He was a 
Navy Reservist in the Pacific during 
World War II. Following the war, he 
earned his Master's degree in 
Mathematics and went to 
work for the National Bureau 
of Standards, where he 
remained until he retired in 
1974. Since then, he has 
been actively involved in 
alumni affairs, as a charter 
member ol the Northern 
Virginia Area Alumni- 
Admissions Program for 
fifteen years and as a 



"backbone" member ol the Washing- 
ton, D.C., alumni club, serving as its 
secretary and treasurer at different 
times for over twelve years. 

Later, the Class of 1 966 celebrated 
its 25th reunion in a special way by 
purchasing a portrait of Patrick Henry, 
created and contributed by class 
member and Richmond artist Louis 
Briel, at the noon-time silent auction 
and then donating the painting and the 
$5500 gained from its sale to the 
Annual Fund. 

After the traditional lunch on 
Hampden House lawn, the crowd 
watched as the Tigers easily and 
soundly defeated the Generals of 
Washington & Lee. 




J** 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



25 




ALVMNl ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 1991 - 1993 
At the May 1991 general meeting of the Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association, John C. Ellis 
70 (aboi'e center) was elected President, W. David Paxton '76 (right) Vice President, and 
Donald P. Whitley '59 (left) Secretary. Johnny Ellis became a chartered life underwriter in 
1980 and is a life insurance agent with Commonwealth Financial Group, Virginia Beach. 
He lives in Virginia Beach with his wife Janet, who is a systems analyst for Metro Information 
Systems, and his daughter, Mary Virginia. David Paxton received his J. D. fivm the Univer- 
sity ofViyginia in 1980 and is an attorney a>id partner in thefirni ofGentiy, Locke, Rakes & 
Moore in Roanoke. He and his wife, Victoria, have two childroi. Don Whitley (whose twin 
brother, Tyler, also graduated in 1959) is a stockbroker with Paine Webber in Richmond. He 
and his wife, Laura, have two children. 



At the Noifolk-Virginia Beach Alumni Club dinner on December 4, 1991, Constance 
Roisum (lefi below) chats with Myrene LcHetv, Clara McGann, and Bill LeHew '57. 




Alumni College Scores 
A Big Hit Once Again 

For the second year in a row, the 
Alumni College, held on campus from 
June 7 to 9, 1 99 1 , drew rave reviews. 
Jay Robbins '51 of Fredericksburg, 
wrote, "Thanks for an intellectually 
stimulating and creature-comfort- 
enjoyable time. All the way home we 
kept thinking of questions we wanted 
to ask. I hope it works out for us to 
repeat next year." Bobby Bray '60 of 
Portsmouth, wrote, "I can't tell you 
how much it means to get back on the 
Hill for such an occasion. I came away, 
once again, impressed with the caliber 
of professors that we have there. " And 
finally from W. D. Temple '37 of 
Petersburg: "Frances and I thoroughly 
enjoyed the Alumni College. We were 
fortimate to have such knowledgeable 
and capable presenters during the 
weekend, and it was also delightful to 
become acquainted with other alumni 
and their guests as well as those on the 
program. " 

Iraq and the Persian Gulf Crisis the 
theme of this year's Alumni College, 
attracted distinguished lecturers: Lieu- 
tenant General Samuel V. Wilson, 
former Director of the Defense Intel- 
ligence Agency and an adjunct profes- 
sor of political science at Hampden- 
Sydney; General Robert C. Kingston, 
the first Commander-in-Chief of the 
U. S. Central Command, which 
includes the Middle East; Brigadier 
General Carroll Thackston, Assistant 
Adjutant General of the Virginia 
National Guard; Dr. James Y. Simms, 
Jr., professor of history at Hampden- 
Sydney; Dr. Ralph S. Hattox, assistant 
professor of histor)' at Hampden- 
Sydney; and Dr. Ronald L. Heine- 
mann, Squires Professor of history at 
Hampden-Sydney. 

In the opening session on Friday 
evening following cocktails and dinner 
in the College's new dining hall, Gener- 



26 



THE RECORD OE HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



als Wilson and Kingston examined the 
situation in the Middle East and the 
background of events leading up to the 
crisis. On Saturday 
morning General 
Kingston gave a slide 
presentation of the 
history of the U.S. 
Central Command, 
in which he played a 
significant role, 
setting it up and 
serving as its first 
Commander-in- 
Chief. Brigadier 
General Thackston 

then explained the role ot the National 
Guard and Reserves in the Gulf Crisis. 
During lunch, the Alumni College 
group was entertained by students of 
the Hampden-Sydney Music Festival 
before a tour of the Appomattox 
Historical Park led by Civil War histo- 
rian Ron Heinemann. The remainder 
of the afternoon was free for the group, 
who lodged in one of the College's new 
dormitory units during their two-night 
stay. After dinner 



Plan now 
to attend the next 
Alumni College on 

liuie 5-7, 1992. 

The topic will be 

'The End of Communism.' 

Nark these dates on your 

calendar and be on the 

lookout for additional 

information in the mail. 



(during which everyone marveled at the 
beauty of the new dining hall and high 
quality of the food) the group capped 
the day by attending 
a Music Festival 




artist concert. 

After a bountiful 
breakfast on Sunday 
morning in the 
Parents & Friends 
Lounge, Hampden- 
Sydney history 
professors Jim 
Simms and Ralph 
Hattox captivated 
the audience with a 
analysis of how the history of the 
Middle East and its peoples led to the 
Crisis. 

John Waters '58, Director of Alumni 
Relations, whose office organizes the 
Alumni College, said, "Once again the 
Alumni College received high marks 
from both alumni and faculty partic- 
ipants. They were enthusiastic about its 
content, thoroughly enjoyed the give 
and take in the discussions and ques- 
tion-and-answer sessions. 
The new dining hall and 
the social activities were 
also big hits. Having time 
to relax and enjoy the 
College setting over a 
weekend is a real entice- 
ment to participate in 
such a program. We hope 
to build upon this success 
in the future." 



Hiitory professor Ron Heinemann telk the 
Alumni College group about surrender at 
Appomattox Court House (above). 
At right, the faculty (from left): Lt. Gen. 
Wilson, Gen. Kingston, Prof Hattox, 
Brig. Gen. Thackston, and Prof. Simms. 




Samuel Davies Polegreen 
Church marked for posterity 

A Virginia Historical Marker now 
marks the site of Polegreen Church in 
Hanover county, thanks to the efforts 
of the Reverend Robert Bluford '45. 

The church, which no longer exists 
(thanks in this instance to the finer 
sensibilities of the Yankee invaders who 
burnt it like firewood in 1864), was the 
center of the first major victory for 
religious freedom in Virginia, a struggle 
which inspired James Madison and 
Thomas Jefferson 25 years later to write 
laws guaranteeing citizens the freedom 
to worship in whatever manner they 
chose. 

When some citizens of Hanover 
County, eager to worship outside the 
"deadenino and restrictive bounds of 
the established Anglican Church," 
asked the Presbytery of New Castle 
(Delaware) to send them a preacher, 
Samuel Davies came in 1 747. At that 
time there were Presbyterians safely 
across the mountains, but none so near 
the heart of the colonial government. 
Davies undertook what would be a 
twelve-year battle to gain recognition 
lor his congregation's right to exist; his 
gradual victory is reflected in Pole- 
green's descriptions, which changed 
over the years from Reading House to 
Meeting House and finally Church. 

There is of course a Hampden- 
Sydney connection, a vital one: in 1755 
Samuel Davies founded Hanover Pres- 
bytery, the first south of the Potomac. 
And it was Hanover Presbytery which 
decided in 1774 to establish a college of 
its own — Hampden-Sydney — as an 
alternative to the schools run by the 
government. 

Mr. Bluford heads the Historic Pole- 
green Church Foundation, which has 
been instrumental in preserving the 
site, undertaking archaeological excava- 
tions, and preparing interpretative 
exhibits. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • 27 



^.,,ard Holder of RpnoldsMiUft 



below) engage 




Visiting Executives Tell 
Students about Changes and 
Challenges of World Markets 

JOHN SNOW, President, CEO, and 
Chairman of" the Board of CSX Corpo- 
ration, visited the College on Monday, 
September 16, 1991. CSX Corpora- 
tion, the product of a merger of the 
Chessie System and Seaboard Railroads 
in 1980, is an international trans- 
portation services company head- 
quartered in Richmond. In 1990, the 
company had an operating revenue ot 
over eight billion dollars, employing 
5 1 ,000 people and conducting business 
in 1 50 countries. 

Describing the drastic changes 
American industry has experienced in 
the past twenty years, Mr. Snow noted 
in particular that since 1980 the 
number of railroad industry employees 
has dropped from 500,000 to 180,000. 
Other businesses have had to cut out 
layers of management and concentrate 
more on customers' needs. As a result, 
he said, "today we are seeing a clear 
renaissance in American industry," in 
which efficiency and service are equally 
balanced as driving factors. 

In 1986, CSX responded to these 
market changes by diversifying its oper- 



John Snow of CSV r 




Visiting Executive Raymond Smith of Bell Atlantic (right) 
with trustee Les Andrews '36 and President Rossum. 



ations from rail-based transport to 
include ocean container shipping, 
inland barging, warehousing, real 
estate, and resorts. It also restructured 
its management hierarchy and broke 
up old businesses into entrepreneurial 
units. These smaller entities make 
management more accountable for its 
decisions. 

Mr. Snow praised the effects of 
deregulation, saying that, under strict 
regulation, corporations experience 
non-entrepreneurial changes which are 
not efficient. With deregulation, 
though, the concept of quality has 
been rejuvenated, demanding account- 
ability from employees at all levels. He 
emphasized that the impetus for dere- 
gulation, management restructuring, 
and increased quality is the entrepren- 
eur By continually advancing better 
ideas, entrepreneurs keep markets in 
perpetual change in a kind ot "creative 
destruction." This entrepreneurial 
spirit must be nurtured if American 
industry hopes to keep pace in the 
global economy. 

Liberal Arts colleges like Hampden- 
Sydney prepare students best to face 
these constant changes, Mr Snow said. 
By exposing students to a broad curric- 
ulum, a liberal education produces 



someone who has a stable foundation 
and is equipped to handle the change 
that is inherent in business. 

On October 28, RAYMOND W. 
SMITH, Chairman and Chief Exec- 
utive Officer of the Bell Adantic 
Corporation, told the Entrepreneurship 
Society that doing business in a global 
economy requires stretching beyond 
the micro- and macro-economics of the 
classroom. Most CEOs spend the 
better part of their time in what Smith 
calls a "mesocosm," a large institutional 
structure that mediates between the 
microcosm and macrocosm. 

At best, organizations in this meso- 
cosm will streamline transactions 
between the individual and society, 
fulfilling customers' needs and social 
requirements. All too often, however, 
many act as barriers — bloated bureau- 
cratic structures that interfere with the 
delivery ot a product to customers. 

When corporations become lethar- 
gic, they face what Mr. Smith character- 
ized as "the Boiled Frog Syndrome": a 
frog dropped into boiling water will 
immediately jump out, scalded but 
alive. If on the other hand, the frog is 
put into lukewarm water, it will stay 
there, even as the water temperature is 
slowly increased. Unaware of the grad- 



28 • THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



ual change, it will die. Mr. Smith 


R. S. Reynolds, Mr. Holder said that 


increasingly influence company policy 


applied the "boiled frog" metaphor to 


"entrepreneurs make choices based on 


in future. Annually, their nationwide 


American corporations that have failed 


risk evaluation." R. S. Reynolds, he 


program recycles more cans than they 


to respond to Japanese innovation and 


said, was an entrepreneur in the truest 


produce. As part of its overseas expan- 


other changes in 






sense because he 


sion, Reynolds is building a plant in 
the former Soviet Union — not to 


the world market. 




started small and 


The solution, he 


"American corporations 
must learn to adapt to 


built a billion- 


compete with but to aid the Common- 


said, is "to learn to 


dollar operation 


wealth's economy. The soundest way to 


act before the 


with hard work, 


help the Russians solve their economic 


water gets too 


change before the water 


imagination, and 


problems is to develop their domestic 


hot," to create "an 


becomes too hot and to create 


risk-taking. 


markets; and better aluminum contain- 


organization with 




Reynolds Metals, 


ers (which the Russians export and do 


the desire, the 


an organization with the 


now a global 


not keep for themselves) will also help 


reflexes, and the 


desire, the reflexes, and the 


company with 


to improve their food distribution 


muscle to stay a 
jump ahead of 


muscle to stay a jump ahead 


over 1 00 opera- 
tions in twenty 


systems. 

Nothing assures survival in today's 


externally-induced 


of externally-induced crises. " 


countries and 


business climate, Mr. Holder said, but 


crises." Doing so. 


RAYMOND W. SMITH 


employing nearly 


"a liberal arts background, from my 


however, requires 


Chainfum ayid CEO. 


31,000 people, 


perspective, will provide you a founda- 


re-evaluation and 


Bell Atlantic Corporation 


has $6 billion in 


tion which will enable you to make 


redesign of systems 
and processes. 




sales Best known 


intelligent decisions." 

— Frederic L. Smith, Jr. 






OCUV-O * 1_/ V^O L XVA ivy ¥ V 1 1 

for its household 


Bell Atlantic's "boiling water" was 


foil wrap, the company is also a leader 




the divestiture of the Bell System. As a 


in aluminum can production and recy- 




result of the break-up. Bell Adantic 


cling, a producer of flexible containers. 




learned to create "an organization with 


and an exporter of precious metals. 




the capacity for change" — the BeU 


The ability to make intelligent 




Adantic Way seminars and quality 


choices based on calculated risks has 




improvement process. Through the 


proved an essential skill in the alumi- 




program, the corporations executives 


num industry recendy; in addition to 




learned to enlist employees in changing 


the current recession, the former Soviet 




behavioral standards in its offices and 


Union, which desperately needed hard 




staying in touch with the strategic 


currency, more than tripled its alumi- 




issues that affect the telecommuni- 


num exports, creating a surplus in 




cations industry. 


world markets. In response, Reynolds 




The nature of leadership, Mr. Smith 


Metals decided to close four of its seven 




said, has in the last several decades 


smelters in the United States, abandon 




undergone a major change. It has 


unprofitable enterprises, and cut one- 




become a "function — not of position 


third of its employees. The company 




and power, but of knowledge and 


streamlined its overseas operations and 




trust." 


its precious metal enterprises and 




On December 3, RICHARD G. 


modernized its aluminum recycling 




HOLDER, President and Chief Oper- 


facilities. As it made cuts, Reynolds 




ating Officer of Reynolds Metals 


concentrated its resources in more 




Company, told the Entrepreneurship 


potentially profitable areas. 




Society about Reynolds' efforts to 


Mr. Holder emphasized that 




counter the double blow of a global 


although the cost-cutting and restruc- 




economic recession and a surplus of 


turing were dictated by the need to be 




aluminum in the world market. 


profitable in a recession year, environ- 




Alluding to the company's founder. 


mental and humanitarian issues would 





Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • 29 



College Names Five Titistees 

The Hampden-Sydney Board of Trus- 
tees has elected two members and re- 
elected three ctirrent members to serve 
five-year terms on the Board. 

New trustees include William A. 
Ray, Senior Vice President of Towers 
Perrin Reinsurance Company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pennsylvania, and James L. 
Beckner '68, Attorney with the firm of 
Baker, Worthington, Crossley, Stans- 
berry & Woolf Nashville, Tennessee. 

The re-elected trustees are Robert 
W. King, Jr. '52, Director of Legal 
Services for the Charlorte-Mecklenburg 
Hospital Authority, Charlotte, North 
Carolina; Joseph F. Viar, Jn '63, 
Founder and Chairman of Viar & 
Company in Alexandria; and Leslie G. 
McCraw, Chairman and Chief Exec- 
utive Officer, Fluor Corporation, 
Irvine, Calitornia. 

William Ray has served Hampden- 
Sydney as a member of the Develop- 
ment Council and 1990-91 Chairman 
ot the Parents Council. He received a 
B.A. from the University ot Virginia in 
1965. He enjoys tennis, golf and 
historical biography. He and his wife 
Judith have two children, Tracy R. 
Tucker, who graduated fi"om UVa in 
1988, and Christopher ("Topper," 
H-SC'91). 

James Beckner earned his B.A. at 
Hampden-Sydney and his J.D. at 
Vanderbilt University. He is a member 
ot the Japan Society of Tennessee, the 
Nashville Institute for the Arts, and 



Reading is Fundamental of Nashville, 
and has been a director of Dede 
Wallace HealthCare Systems, Inc., the 
Children's Hospital of Vanderbilt 
University, and the Nashville 
Symphony Association. He and his 
wife Carolyn have four children under 
the age of eight. He enjoys golf and 
running. 

A native of Anderson, South 
Carolina, Les McCraw graduated fi-om 
Clemson University in 1956 with a 
degree in civil engineering; he is a 
licensed professional engineer. He 
served DuPont for about 1 5 years 
before joining Daniel Construction in 
1975. He became CEO ot Daniel in 
1984 and of Fluor Daniel when the 
companies merged in 1986. In 1988 he 
was named President ol Fluor Corpora- 
tion, becoming its Vice Chairman and 
CEO in 1990. He has served on the 
Board of Trustees of Hampden-Sydney, 
Clemson University, Columbia 
College, and both Allergan and Multi- 
media companies. He also has been a 
member of the Business Roundtable 
and the Construction Industry's Pres- 
idents Forum. He and his wife Mary 
Earle have three sons, Leslie G. Ill, 
James (H-SC '85), and John. 

Joseph Viar received a B.S. in 
Mathematics fi-om Hampden-Sydney 
in 1963. Elected to H-SC's Board of 
Trustees in 1986, he also has co-chaired 
the Society of Founders and served as 
president of the Washington Area 
Hampden-Sydney Alumni Club, 
winning the College's Alumni Citation 



in 1988. He has served as a director of 
the Alexandria Hospital and the 
George Mason University Entrepren- 
eur Institute, and has been President of 
the George Mason University Centurv' 
Club, Vice-Chairman of the Virginia 
U.S. Olympic Committee for the 1988 
and 1992 games, and a member of the 
Technology Committee of the 
Governors Economic Recovery 
Commission (1991). Viar and his wife, 
Susan Cruzan, live in Alexandria and 
have five children. 

Having graduated with honors fi-om 
Hampden-Sydney in 1952, Robert 
King earned a J.D. (also with honors) 
from the University ol North Carolina 
in 1959. He practiced law in Charlotte, 
North Carolina, as a partner in the 
firm of Moore & Van Allen from 
1959 to 1988. He is a member of Phi 
Beta Kappa and the Order of the Coif 
First elected to H-SC's Board in 1979, 
he is also a direaor of the First 
Charlotte Bank & Trust Company, 
chairman of the YMCA of Greater 
Charlotte, member ol the board of the 
North Carolina Heart Association, and 
panelist for the American Arbitration 
Association. He has served as president 
ol the UNC Law Alumni Association 
and president of the Mecklenburg 
Cotmty Bar Association. King and his 
wife Ann have two children, and he 
enjoys running, racquetball, reading, 
and rooting for the Tarheels. 



Wi//Lm! A. R^iy 



Jijmes L. Beckner '68 Robert W. King, Jr. '52 Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63 Leslie G. McCraw 




30 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Faculty Ft 



ovum 



Deis Receives Mednick Award 
for Work on George Meredith 

Dr. Elizabeth J. Deis, Assistant Profes- 
sor of Rhetoric and Humanities, was 
awarded a Virginia Foundation for 
Independent Colleges Mednick Fellow- 
ship in April 1991 for her proposal to 
publish a collection oi George Mere- 
dith's short fiction. 

Such a collection of the "important 
and innovative" nineteenth-century 
author's shorter pieces, never before 
published, will make those works avail- 
able to the general reading public, 
provide material tor scholars studying 
theories of fiction, and serve as a basis 
for undergraduate studies in short 
fiction, Victorian literature, or women's 
studies. 

Dr. Deis, who has been studying the 
work of George Meredith since 1980, 
has published articles in The South 
Atlantic Qtiarterly, the Dictionary of 
Literary Biography, and other period- 
icals. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. 
in English from Duke University, 
specializing in Victorian literature. 

Established in 1967 by the family of 
the late Maurice L. Mednick of the 
Globe Construction Company of 
Norfolk, the Mednick feUowships are 
awarded yearly to members of VFIC 
college faculties. For more than two 
decades, the fitnd has helped more 
than 200 scholars whose projects are 
judged worthy of support. 




Dr. Elizjxheth Deis has won a coveted Mednick 
Award for her research on George Meredith. 

Faculty Activity 

Hassell Simpson (English) published 
an article, "A Butcher's Thumb': Oral- 
Digital Consciousness in The Big Sleep 
and Other Novels by Raymond Chan- 
dler, " in the June issue ol ^t Journal of 
PopuLzr Culture. The essay originated 
in a Mellon Seminar led by Peter J. 
Rabinowitz, and became a convention 
paper at die 1988 APA-PCA meeting 
in New Orleans. In October, he played 
Duncan in Shakespeare's Macbeth at 
Longwood College. The performance 
marked his twenty-sLxth appearance on 
Virginia stages. Other Shakespearean 
credits of his include Malvolio in 
Twelfth Night at Longwood and 
Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing 
with the Shakespeare Players, Inc., 
outdoors at Byrd Park, Richmond. 
David Lewis (Fine Arts) spent the 



early portion of last summer on two 
major projects, a series of large draw- 
ings he calls "Beach" and the compila- 
tion of a small catalogue en tided 
'' David Dodge Lewis: Drawings fivm 
Four Series (the second with the aid of" 
a Hampden-Sydney summer fellow- 
ship grant)." David also won Best in 
Show and Excellence in Drawing 
awards at the NPVAG National Juried 
Exhibition in Nebraska, and at the 
GRACE Gallery show in Reston, 
Virginia. He held a one-person show at 
Brevard Junior College in September 
and participated in group shows at 
Wake Forest University in October and 
at the University of Nebraska/Lincoln 
in November. Also in October, he 
delivered a lecture, "An and God: The 
Myth of the Artist as Idiot-Savant," as 
part of Hampden-Sydney's honors 
lecture series. 

George Bagby (English) completed 
the revision of Frost and the Book of 
Nature, the manuscript he had been 
working on during his spring sabbatical 
leave, and submitted it to a university 
press in September. Twentieth Century 
Literature accepted for publication 
"The Promethean Frost," the essay he 
wrote under a Hampden-Sydney 
summer research grant in 1 987. In 
May, Bagby attended the third annual 
conference of the American Literature 
Association in Washington and in July 
read his paper, "The Temptations of 
Pathfinder: Cooper's Radical Analysis 
of Ownership " at the eighth biennial 
James Fenimore Cooper Seminar at the 
State University CoUege of New York 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



31 



in Oneonta. 

Nancy Rose (Modem Languages) 
spent last summer at the University 
Research Library ol UCLA, after 
presenting a paper on the two principal 
words tor bearm Indo- 
European iangu^es at an 
Indo-European Confer- 
ence in California. Last 
fall. Rose flew to Fort 
Worth, Texas, to deliver a 
paper on heraldry at a 
conference of the South 
Central Modern Language 
Association. The talk, pan 
of a session organized by 
the International Courtly 
Literature Society, was entided "Coats 
of Arms: Heraldic Animals and the 
Wearing ol Skins." 

Last summer marked Mary Saun- 
ders's (English) fifth year as a reader of 
Advance Placement essays for the 
College Board in Princeton. After her 
return from New Jersey, she made 
some additions to her "Dickens and 
Film" survey article, which she hopes to 
have published early next year. Her arti- 
cle on Dickens's floor scenes, published 
in Dramatic Dickens, received favorable 
notice in a Victorian Studies review that 
praised the entire book. (The article 
grew out of work originally funded in 
part by a Hampden-Sydney travel and 
summer research grant.) 

With combined firnding from a 
Hampden-Sydney research grant, the 
National Endowment for the Human- 
ities, and a Virginia Foundation for 
Independent Colleges Mednick Grant, 
Elizabeth Deis (Rlietoiic and Human- 
ities) was able to spend two months last 
summer at Yale's libraries researching 
George Meredith's manuscripts. Deis is 
submitting for publication a collection 
of Meredith's short fiction, including 
explanatory notes and introductions, 
that "will bring to light works by Mere- 
dith that have not received critical 
attention" and make Meredith's themes 




and subjects more easily understood. 
J. Michael Berman (Mathematics) 
gave a lecture-demonstration entitled 
"A Reluctant Convert's First Experience 
with Computers in Calculus " at the 
Spring Meeting of the 
Maryland-District of 
Columbia- Virginia 
Section of the Mathemat- 
ical Association of Amer- 
ica in April 1991 at 
Virginia Commonwealth 
University. In May 1 99 1 , 
he attended a workshop at 
Duke University on 
responding to student 
writing and in July, he 
participated in a two-week National 
Science Foundation-funded workshop 
at The Ohio State Universit)' on tech- 
nology strategies. 

Patrick Wilson (Philosophy) spent 
eight weeks ol last summer at an NEH 
seminar on the philosophy of science. 
The remainder of the summer was 
devoted to completing a long paper on 
"Shortcomings of theTeleological 
Anthropic Principle ' under a 
Hampden-Sydney faculty fellowship. 
He was fortunate also to meet Wesley 
C. Salmon, renowned 
philosopher, and arranged 
tor Professor Salmon to 
present a lecture "What 
Makes Scientific Under- 
standing Special?" at the 
College in October. 
Wilson also read a paper, 
"Religious Explanations in 
Cosmology," at the 
Virginia Philosophical 
Association's annual meet- 
ing. He and Vince Iverson attended 
both that meeting and the Chapel Hill 
Colloquium in Philosophy in October. 

Graves and Leila Thompson and 
Wayne Tucker (Classics) attended the 
semi-annu;il meeting of the Classical 
Association ot Virginia in Charlottes- 
ville on Saturday, September 21 . 



Mary Saunders 



Among the Latin teachers in atten- 
dance were five Hampden-Sydney 
graduates: In addition to Graves, the 
alumni were Hardey Schearer '68, 
who teaches Latin in Winchester; Lee 
Perkins '7 1 , who is at St. Catherine's; 
Arthur Sperry '84, who teaches Latin 
in Frederick County; and Chris Ward 
'91, who began his career last fall in 
Appomattox County. An appreciation 
of Tucker's Latin instructor at 
Randolph-Macon College, Robert 
Epes Jones, appeared in the Fall 1 99 1 
issue of the college's Bulletin, an expan- 
sion of remarks Tucker made last spring 
at the dedication of the Robert Epes 
Jones Seminar Room at R-MC. 

For almost two years, Jorge Silveira 
(Modem Languages) has been the editor 
of The Torunu the oftlcial publication 
of Phi Sigma Iota, the International 
Foreign Language Honor Society. The 
Forum goes out to over thirty thousand 
readers in this coimtr)' and several 
others throughout the world. Silveira 
has published articles, poetry (original 
and translated) and art work that have 
been produced by the Hampden- 
Sydney faculty and community, 
supporting our efforts to spark an inter- 
est in study and research 
Jin foreign languages and 
cultures. 
In September Amos 
Lee Laine (History) 
attended the Sixteenth 
International Conference 
on Patristic, Mediaeval 
and Renaissance Studies 
sponsored by the Augus- 
tinian Historical Institute 
at Villanova Universitv. 
Emphasized in plenary sessions and 
several of the papers was the carto- 
graphic background to the voyages of 
Columbus and Arabic astronomy 
during the Age of Discovery. Laine read 
a paper entitled "Converted by Rhet- 
oric?: The 'Success of John Friths 
Attack on the More Circle." This topic 



32 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



grew out ot some of his spring 1991 
sabbatical reading. 

In October, Laine and Diana 
Rhoads (English) attended a workshop 
at the Folger Shakespeare Library in 
Washington, where 330 registrants 
from the United States, Canada, Great 
Britain, and Switzerland gathered to 
hear fourteen international scholars 
discuss Tudor history and literature 
under the title,"Court and Culture 
During the Reign of Elizabeth I: the 
Last Decade." 

Kenneth Townsend (Economics) 
and Roxanne Prazniak (History) were 
two of the four speakers at a sympo- 
sium entitled "Tears of the Earth: 
Human Society, Environmental Degra- 
dation and Resource Management in 
Asia," held at the annual meeting of 
the Virginia Consortium for Asian 
Studies in October. Hampden-Sydney 
is a member of the Consortium. 

Donald A. KnifFen (Physics) 
presented a lecture, "Gamma-Rays and 
the Gamma Ray Observatory: What 
are they Telling us About our Hyper- 
active Universe?" at the the first of the 
year's series of conversations on factilty 
research in October. In November, 
Kniffen spoke at the 
Nuclear Science Sympo- 
sium (NSS) of the Insti- 
tute of Electrical and Elec- 
tronic Engineers (IEEE) in 
Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
His address was entided, 
"GRO: Our New Eyes to 
the Violent Universe" and 
comprised two major reve- 
lations: his surprise discov- 
ery of a quasar, 3C279, 
more than 4 billion lightyears distant, 
that emits at least 10 million times as 
much energy in gamma-rays as does 
our Milky Way Galaxy; and new infor- 
mation on the origin of gamma-ray 
burst sources, short intense "flashes" of 
gamma-rays, thought now to be the 
result of neutron-stiU" burnout. 




Ronald Heinemann (History) was 
granted a two-course reduction in his 
teaching assignment for the fall semes- 
ter to complete an additional three 
chapters of his biography of Harry E 
Byrd, Sr., the most significant Virginia 
politician in the twentieth 
century. He began the 
work in 1 988 (with the 
help oi" a fellowship from 
the Virginia Foundation 
for the Humanities) in the 
Byrd archives at the 
University ol Virginia. 
The manuscript should be 
complete by summer 
1992. 

In October, Lowell 
Frye and Elizabeth Deis (Rhetoric and 
Humanities) delivered a lecture, "To 
Manner Born, to Manners Bred: 
Deconstruction of the Myth ot the 
Victorian Gendeman," in which they 
compared the gentlemanly ideals 
embodied in Victorian fiction with the 
reality of Victorian and modern male 
standards. Their talk was part of the 
Hampden-Sydney honors lecture 
series. 

Alan Farrell (Modem Languages) 

read a paper on techniques 
of literary analysis in the 
foreign language class- 
room at the fall Confer- 
ence on Transitional Tech- 
niques at Loyola 
University. In January, he 
returned to Viet Nam 
with the Council on Inter- 
national Educatiouiil 
Exchange for a rwo-week 
seminar in Hanoi and 
Saigon. In March he will speak to the 
Popular Culture Convention on Viet- 
namese Literature in French and to the 
Societe des Professeurs Francophones 
de I'Amerique on the Vietnamese 
pidgin language, tai boy. In April he 
flies to the Witchita State University 
Conference on Women in Literature to 




WHAT I DIDN'T LEARN 
IN KINDERGARTEN 

Robert S. Matheivs '52 writes of a Snapper 
Massey moment in the spring of 1949: 
"A warm breeze blew through the windows 
of Morton Hall, wafting my 
consciousness away firom 
freshman Bible to Holiday 
Lake, or at least to Farmville, 
while Emerson Johnson gave 
his customary, thoughtflil 
responses to Dr. Massey's grill- 
ing. Snapper Massey's atten- 
tion was generally reserved for 
the best and brightest, like 
Emerson or Bob Hawks 
Dr.J.B. "Snapper" Massey (relishing their brilliance or 
hoping to find a chink in their armor), or 
tor the habitually unprepared (nameless 
here to protect the guilty), who deserved to 
be humiliated. So, I was startled to hear 
my name appended to what had appar- 
ently been a question. In the split second it 
took to return to the real world, I struggled 
to recall any meaningfiil portion of what 
had preceded my name — without success. 
Finally, I blurted out, 'Uh, would you 
repeat the question?' 

"A familiar and frightening look crossed 
Dr. Massey's face as, in a voice dripping 
with derision, he intoned, 'Would you 
repeat the question? Would you repeat the 
question? Where'd you learn that, 
Mathews — kindergarten?" 

"Well, it was all downhill from there. 
Ill spare the reader (and myself! the full 
recollection of the consequences. Besides, I 
doubt that the phrase. Take the Chair!' 
would terrify anyone who had not had the 
privilege of being educated by Dr. Massey. 
Rest assured that for the rest of the semes- 
ter I was either well prepared or highly 
attentive or both. If unprepared, I tried to 
appear eager to be called on — and I was 
spared further pain. 

"The moral of the story? Perhaps that, 
while Robert Fulghum is correct in his 
assertion that great truths can be learned in 
kindergarten, life sometimes demands a 
more sophisticated approach. Snapper 
Massey gave a post-graduate course in All I 
Really Need to Know. " 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



33 



read a paper whose background mate- 
rial has been supplied by Nancy Rose. 
Finally, Farrell will read a paper, "The 
People of the Ant," in Strasbourg to 
the Congres International d'Etudes 
Francophones. 

Last summer, Thomas DeWoife 
(Psychology) completed two chapters tor 
Salem Press's upcoming Encyclopedia 
of Social Science: Psychology, "Defini- 
tions of Abnormality" and "Abnormal- 
ity, Legal Models." He has signed a 
contract to produce a third chapter 
entitled "Developmental Theory: 
Piaget." 

In November, Ralph Hattox 
(History) delivered a talk on his work- 
in-progress entitled "Fifteenth-Century 
Near Eastern Diplomacy and Other 
Oxymorons." 



New Faculty Profiles 

Anthony M. Carilli, Assistant Professor 
of Economics. B.A., Hartwick College 
(1983); M.A., Northeastern University 
(1987); Ph.D., Northeastern University 
(1991). Teaching interests: statistics, 
managerial economics, econometrics, 
mathematical economics. He has 
taught at Suffolk University, North- 
eastern University, and Aquinas Junior 
College, and is a member of Omicron 
Delta Epsilon and the American 
Economic Association. Dissertation 
title: The Effects of Taxation on House- 
hold Saving: The Case of an Egalitarian 
Tax. 

Andrzej Rusewicz, Assistant Professor 
of Mathematics. B.S. (1985), M.A. 
(1987), and Ph.D. (1991), University 
of Minnesota at Minneapolis, after 
studying at Wroclaw Polytechnic 
(Poland) from 1981 to 1983. Born in 
Bialystok, Poland, he speaks Russian, 



Polish, Italian, and English. Teaching 
interests: algebra, precalculus, and 
calculus. He won scholastic honors at 
Wroclaw and two graduate school 
lellowships and an award for teaching 
excellence at Minnesota. He is a 
member of the American Mathematics 
Society. 

Ambassador William B. Jones, 
Adjunct Professor of Political Science. 
A.B., University of California at Los 
Angeles (1949); J.D., University of 
Southern California School of Law 
(1952); graduate study. School of Inter- 
national Relations, University of South- 
ern California (1954-1956). Areas of 
expertise: diplomacy, negotiation, 
foreign relations. Congressional and 
government relations, foreign trade and 
investment, third-world nations, mari- 
time law. He has served as the U.S. 
Ambassador to Haiti; Chief of the 
United States Mission to the United 
Nations Educational, Scientific, and 
Cultural Organizadon (UNESCO) in 
Paris; Deputy Assistant Secretary of 
State for Education and Cultural 
Affairs; Diplomat in Residence, Hamp- 
ton University; Ambassador in Resi- 
dence, Woodrow Wilson Department 
of Government and Foreign Affairs, 
and Center for Oceans Law and Policy, 
School of Law, University of Virginia; 
and as a delegate to numerous inter- 
national conferences. He has published 
articles on law and foreign policy and 
law. He has received the Outstanding 
Government Service Award from the 
California State Legislature (1971), the 
Order ol the Grand Cross from the 
Republic of Haid (1980), and alumni 
awards from both his university and 
law school. 

W^am Crawford, Visiting Professor 
of Mathematics. B.A. with honors in 
Mathematics and Physics, New Bruns- 
wick, Canada (1939); M.A., University 
of Minnesota (1942); Ph.D., Univer- 
sity of Minnesota (1950). He was vale- 
dictorian of his college graduating class 



and a Rhodes Scholar from New 
Brunswick in 1 939. He ser\'ed in many 
capacities while at Mt. Allison — as 
professor and head of the department 
of mathematics, as Dean of Arts and 
Sciences, as vice president, and finally 
as President of Mt. Allison from 1975 
to 1980. He is a member ol Sigma Xi 
and a charter member ol the Canadian 
Mathematics Society. 

Donald A. Kniffen, Adjunct Asso- 
ciate Professor of Physics. B.S., Louisiana 
State University (1959); M.A., Wash- 
ington University (1960); Ph.D., Cath- 
olic University (1967). A gamma ray 
astrophysicist involved in the develop- 
ment of detector systems for balloon 
and satellite research, he has been 
Project Scientist for NASA's Gamma 
Ray Observatory from its beginning in 
1 979. He has received research fellow- 
ships from the Woodrow Wilson Foun- 
dation and from NASA/GSFC for 
Research in Australia; published more 
than 30 articles for scientific journals; 
and is a member of the American Phys- 
ical Society, the American Astro- 
nomical Society, and the International 
Astronomical Union. 

Mark A. Prell, Visiting Assistant 
Professor of Economics BA., College of 
William and Mary (1982); Ph.D., 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
(1987). He has taught at the University 
of Southern California, California State 
University, Northridge, and Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology. Areas 
of interest: comparative and Soviet 
economics. He is a member of Phi Beta 
Kappa, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Pi 
Sigma Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, and Phi 
Eta Sigma; he won the William and 
Mary Ranking Scholars Award and the 
Boatwright Award for Advanced 
Economics Study in 1981. Work in 
progress: "One Line" Proof for Three 
Generalized Consumer Demand 
Theorems. 



34 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Carl Stem (Economics) Retires; 
Inaugurated Innovative 
Exchange Faculty Program 

December 1 1 was Carl Stern's last day 
of teaching at Hampden-Sydney. 

Wait, isn't Stern a professor at 
Randolph-Macon Woman's College? 
Yes. Since 1 952, he has been a profes- 
sor ot economics at the Lynchburg 
college and is chair of the department. 
During his career at Randolph-Macon, 
he has won both of its faculty awards, 
the Gillie A. Larew Distinguished 
Teaching Award and the Katherine 
Graves Davidson Award for note- 
worthy recognition brought to the 
College. He retires from the Randolph- 
Macon facility in May 1992. 

For the last 21 years, though, he has 
also taught economics at Hampden- 
Sydney as part of" the faculty exchange 
program he helped to create. During 
the fall semester every year. Stern has 
travelled to Hampden-Sydney once a 
week to teach corporation finance, 
while a member of our economics 
faculty teaches at R-MWC. His reason 
for his long-term dedication to the 
program is simple. "I believe in the 
exchange," he says. "It's good for our 
students to get more than a local point 
of view in economics. And it's done at 
relatively low cost to both institutions." 

While Stern's dedication to teaching 
is impressive, his other professional 
activities are equally so. Since 1969, he 
has served on the National Defense 
Executive Reserve of the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Transportation. Putting his 
special interest in public utilitiy 
economics to good use, he has served as 
a consultant to both American Tele- 
phone and Telegraph and Chesapeake 
and Potomac Telephone Company of 
Virginia, and is now co-chair of a 
committee representing stockholders in 
the Columbia Gas bankruptcy case. He 
is one of fifty educators on the Educa- 
tional Advisory Board of Consumers 




Retiring professor of economics Carl Stem 

Union, Inc., publishers of Consumer 
Reports. 

But according to his colleagues, at 
Randolph-Macon as well as at 
Hampden-Sydney, Stern's greatest 
interest has always been his students. 
Ernest Duff, Charles A. Dana Professor 
of Politics and Stern's colleague at 
Randolph-Macon, admires Stern's 
talent for remembering "just about 
every student he ever taught." 

"At reunions, he can call by name 
students he taught twenty or thirty 
years ago. And he keeps in touch with 
many of them." According to William 
Hendley, associate professor of 
economics at Hampden-Sydney, "over 
the years Professor Stern has been 
instrumental in helping our smdents 
get positions after graduation. And 
even though he is here only one day a 
week in the faM semester, he has had a 
great influence on them — he is an 
exceptionally effective teacher. Many of 
them have stayed in touch with him. " 

Stern himself says that he continues 
to get one or two letters a week from 
former Hampden-Sydney and 
Randolph-Macon students. "One of 
my former Hampden-Sydney students 
has even called with job offers for my 
Randolph-Macon students," he adds. 

Stern's "single-minded devotion " to 
his profession and his students brought 
him an unusual honor in 1984, when 



Randolph-Macon established the Carl 
Stern Chair of Economics and named 
him the first incumbent. The endow- 
ment for the chair, the first ever given 
in honor of a current faculty member, 
came from a group of alumnae who 
"adored him," as Duft describes it. 

This for a man who never intended 
to teach in the South or at a single-sex 
institution — or at all. But when he was 
an indigent grad student at the 
University of Pennsylvania in 1946 and 
asked a professor to let him grade 
papers to make some extra cash, the 
professor responded, "Grade papers? 
Why don't you teach? " Since then. 
Stern says, "My goal has always been 
teaching, and I've loved it." He taught 
at the WTiarton School for six years 
before going to Randolph-Macon. 

He loves teaching so much, he hates 
to leave it. And others hate to see him 
go. President Lorimer has pleaded with 
him to stay; she even threatened, good- 
naturedly, to spread an amusing story 
about Stern (one she had picked up 
from one of his former smdents) if he 
left the college before she did. 

But Stern stands on the principle 
that "there comes a dme when every 
teacher must leave the classroom " — he 
went so far as to shred his notes "to 
make sure I went through with it. " 
Besides, his wife, Charlotte, professor of 
Spanish at Randolph-Macon, will also 
retire in May. They have work to do: 
she will finish a book she has been writ- 
ing; Stern will continue with his 
consulting work and perhaps "do some 
writing" as well. "Probably not in my 
field, " he says quickly. "I want to write 
about some of my experiences as a 
teacher. " He laughs and continues, 
"every ex-teacher plans on writing remi- 
niscences, and I have a lot of them." 

Editor's note: For those of you who might 
like to write to Dk Stnn, he can be 
reached at 1 109 Graham Street, Lynch- 
burg, VA 24504. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



35 



STAFFNOTES 

George M. Trible IV was named, in 
July, the assistant director of the annual 
fund at Hampden-Sydney. 

A 1991 graduate of Hampden- 
Sydney, he was a member of the 
StLident Senate and a resident advisor. 
He was also chairman of the oft- 
campus housing committee, a member 
of the student admissions committee, 
and a public address announcer for 
Hampden-Sydney basketball. Trible 
was selected lor the Who's Who Among 
Students in Americtin Universities arid 
G?%« for 1991. 

As Assistant Director of the Annual 
Fund, he coordinates and directs the 
alumni reunion giving program, the 
student development committee, and 
the senior class campaign. 

Candice Dowdy, former director of 
corporation and foundation relations at 
Longwood College, was appointed, in 
August, Assistant to the Vice President 
and Director of College Events. 

At Longwood, Mrs. Dowdy had 
also worked as an admissions counselor 
and special projects coordinator 

Voted the Outstanding Young 
Woman of Virginia in 1971, Mrs. 
Dowdy is a member of the Farmville 
Chamber of Commerce, secretary of 
the Hampden-Sydney Mtisic Festival 
Board, and a volunteer fund-raising 
consultant for Prince Edward Academy. 
She is also a free-lance graphic artist. 

She assumes responsibility for organ- 
ization and coordination of events; 
special programs related to Rmd- 
raising, promotion, and donor recogni- 
tion; and assistant vice president's 
duties. 

Mrs. Dowdy lives in Farmville with 
her husband, Chuck, who is an agent 
for Northwestern Mutual Life Insu- 
rance. They have two children, 
Hollace, who attends Meredith 
College, and Christopher, who is in the 
ninth grade at Prince Edward 




Oti August 19, to celebrate the successful implementation of the College's new telephu)ic ami voice mail 
system, Elbert Womack (above right, in front of the new switch panel), Centel's Customer Services 
Supervisor IdrR for Fannville, presented Litida G. Clark (third from right), Hampden-Sydney's Tele- 
communications System Technician, with a special meritorious service award in appreciation of her 
efforts during the switchover that officially took place on July 1. Scott Colley, ii'ho was Acting Pres- 
ident and Provost during the transition, said. "We are jumping from Mayberry to the 2 1st century 
with the flick of a switch. These telephone lines connect us with computers that bring much of human 
knowledge to us in electronic form. " hi addition to Ms. Clark, other College staff who received recog- 
nition were Teriy Baldwin, Catherine Foreman, Stan Gemborys, Paul Giles, Gerry Pettiis (third from 
lefi), L. D. Phaup, Queta Watson, and Bob Wells. Also pictured are Centel employees Bill Young 
(left), Pete Bernard (second from left) and Buck McKay (second from right). 



Academy. 

Eunice Carwile was named, in 

September, Writer-Editor in the Publi- 
cations Department. 

A native of Prince Edward County, 
Mrs. Carwile came to Hampden- 
Sydney in 1985 as Secretary to the 
Assistant to the President and was 
promoted to Secretary to the President 
in 1988. 

Also a part-time Hampden-Sydney 
student, she plans to graduate in May 
1992 with a B.A. in English and Span- 
ish. She is a member of Phi Beta 
Kappa, Sigma Tau Delta, and Phi 
Sigma Iota honor societies. She lives in 
Farmville with her husband, Jim, who 
works for the U.S. Postal Service, and 
her son Jonathan, a student at Prince 
Edward Academy. 

As Writer-Editor, Mrs. Carwile 
researches and writes for the alumni 
magazine and other College 
publications. 



Bonnie R. Gilliam was named, in 
November, Executive Secretary and 
Assistant to the President. 

A native of Keysville, Mrs. Gilliam 
came to Hampden-Sydney from 
Southside Virginia Community 
College, where she was Executive Secre- 
tary to the Provost. In May 1991, she 
received a B.S. in Business Administra- 
tion through the Adult Degree 
Program of Mary Baldwin College, 
graduating with distinction while 
working fiiO-time at SVCC. She is now 
enrolled in Longwood Colleges 
Masters degree program in college and 
commimity counseling. 

Mrs. Gilliam provides executive 
support to the President and acts as 
liaison to the senior staff, faculty, 
students, and members of the Board of 
Trustees. She and her husband, Elliotte, 
live in Keysville; they have two grown 
daughters. 



36 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Touting it Out in 
An Up-and-Doivn Year 



A REPORT ON THE FUND-RAISING PICTURE 



THE DISASTROUS 
downslide which 
appeared to loom for the 
1990-91 Annual Fund in 
March was averted by accelerated staft 
and volunteer efforts during the spring, 
including 1 2 added telethons, added 
personal appeals and solicitation mail- 
ings, and a special year-end plea to 
constituents who had made pledges but 
not paid. 

As a resiJt, in total giving the 
Annual Fund for 1990-91 set records, 
surpassing the Annual Fund for 1989- 
90 which was itself a record year. 

Specifically, the total contributions 
to the Atinual Fund were $1,558,497, 
an increase of $43,275 (2.9%) over the 
1989-90 total. While higher than the 
previous years total, this amount was 
$42,279 short of the year's goal. 
Although the overall total surpassed the 
previous year's overall total, undes- 
ignated contributions totalled 
$3,762 less than the previous year, 
$91,784 short of the undes- 
ignated goal. 

Giving by constituency was 
mixed. Trustee giving to the 
Annual Fimd increased by 
almost ten percent. Although we 
had over 300 fewer donors than 
in the previous year, total alumni 
giving surpassed the previous 
year's total by four percent. 
"Friends" giving increased over 
the previous year by thirty-two 
percent. Giving from current parents 
declined by seventeen percent. Corpo- 
rate support ot the Annual Fund 
increased by eighty-four percent. Foun 
dation grants increased by eighteen 
percent. Church support declined by 



twenty-six percent. And government 
grants declined by seventeen percent. 

While the percentage of alumni 
parricipation appeared to have fallen 



The Colleges overall 

Annual Fund total 

surpassed last years, 

which was a record year, 

and we experienced a 

net gain in alumni ^ving 

even though 

the number of donors 

wasfewer. 



ALUMNI 

56% 




The Annual Fund broke all previous records 

for donations in a single year, 

furnishing more than 10% of the funds 

needed to run the College in 1990-91. 



sharply, from 65% to 51.69%, this 
figure is misleading. Most of the gap 
happened when we located 805 alumni 
names (representing 1 2.68 percentage 
points) in the process of improving our 
data base. If these alumni had not been 
counted, our percent of participation 
would have shrunk by only one 
percent, whOe the trend across the 
country is a 3-4 percentage point drop 
in alumni participation. 

In spite of special efforts to limit the 
number of unpaid pledges, the number 
of unpaid pledges was higher than the 
previous year (over 14% for alumni). 
This continues to be a disturbing and 
puzzling phenomenon, inconsistent 
with the nature of Hampden-Sydney. 

We were particularly hard hit in the 
Founders Society, experiencing a net 
loss of 45 (8.5%). Particularly signif- 
icant, and indicative of the year's nega- 
tive economic climate, is the fact 
that 119 of die '89-'90 Founders 
did not contribute in '90-'91. 
In summary, it has been a 
"good-news-bad-news " year. 
The bad news has been that the 
undesignated goal was not 
reached, that we had over 300 
fewer donors than last year, and 
that we were particularly hard 
hit in the loss ot Founders. The 
good news is that the College's 
overall Annual Fund total 
surpassed last year's, which was a 
record year, and that we expe- 
rienced a net gain in alumni giving 
even though the number of donors was 
fewer. ELspecially relieving and encour- 
aging is that the sharp downward spiral 
of the spring was reversed sharply to 
beat the previous year's totals. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



37 



FLEET FOUNDATION 
COMMITS $1 MILLION 
FOR SCHOLARSHIPS 

Julia B. Fleet of La Jolla, California, 
president of the Reginald S. and Jiilia 
W. Fleet Foundation, has committed a 
$1 million gift to Hampden-Sydney 
College, President Ralph A. Rossum 
announced. The money will be used to 
help students who demonstrate finan- 
cial need. 

The Reginald S. and Julia W. Fleet 
Foundation, named for the parents of 
Julia B. Fleet, is an independent foun- 
dation which gives money for the 
advancement of higher, secondary, and 
elementary education. The foundation 
is based in San Diego, California, yet 
historically it has provided generous 
support for Virginia insntutions. 

Miss Fleet said the decision to 
support Hampden-Sydney College 
through the Reginald S. and Julia W. 
Fleet Foundation was based in part on 
her father's "great affection for 
Virginia." A descendant of the Fleet 
and Seddon families of Virginia, she 
also values her rich heritage. Further, 
she appreciates small, single-sex, liberal 
arts colleges. Miss Fleet graduated from 
Bryn Mawr College, a liberal arts 
college for women in Pennsylvania. 

Miss Fleet has also made generous 
personal gifts to Hampden-Sydney for 
the S. Douglas Fleet Scholarship. Her 
first cousin, S. Douglas Fleet, is a 
Hampden-Sydney trustee emeritus and 
former chairman of the board. The 
Fleet scholarship is awarded to students 
to provide the difference between an 
award made by the College and a 
student's full financial need. 

Her father, Reginald Fleet, was 
involved in the structuring of the WD- 
40 Company, manufacturers of the 
aerosol lubricant. 



SCHOLARSHIP 
ENDOWED IN MEMORY 
OF DR. T. E. GILMER '23 

Dr. Russell E. '38 and Mrs. Thelma T. 
Fox of Hampton, have endowed a 
scholarship in memory of Dr. Thomas 
Edward Gilmer '23. A summa cum 
laiide Hampden-Sydney graduate. Dr. 
Gilmer taught physics at Hampden- 
Sydney College from 1 927 to 1 97 1 , 
and was president of the College from 
1960 to 1963. He also served 
Hampden-Sydney as Acting Dean of 
the College and as chairman of the 
Physics Department. 

The Gilmer Scholarship will be 
awarded to students electing to major 
in the sciences, with preference given to 
those pursuing a degree in physics. In a 
very real sense the scholarship contin- 
ues Dr. Gilmer's legacy of encouraging 
young men to study physics. Dr. Fox, 
who originally intended to study chem- 
istry, was one of the young men Dr. 
Gilmer persuaded to study physics. "1 
took every class Dr. Gilmer olFered. 
When we ran out of classes, he created 
new ones, " explained Dr. Fox. "Other 
than my father. Dr. Gilmer had more 
influence than any other man on my 
life." 

Dr. Fox was himself a scholarship 
recipient. But for a $50 scholarship. 
Dr. Fox would not have been able to 
attend Hampden-Sydney. "That $50 
scholarship changed my life," he said. 




"We were in the middle of the depres- 
sion and my father could not afford to 
pay the ftill cost of a college education." 
His high school physics teacher, Mr. 
"Smoky" Baker, a Hampden-Sydney 
alumnus, encouraged Dr. Fox to apply 
for admission to the College and 
helped him get the scholarship. At 
Hampden-Sydney Dr. Fox met the 
man who would influence the rest of 
his life. With support from Dr. Gilmer, 
Dr. Fox continued his education in 
physics at the University of Virginia, 
where he received his M.A. in 1939 
and his Ph.D. in 1942. Two weeks after 
receiving his Ph.D., he married Thelma 
Todd (now his wife of 49 years), and 
they left for Pittsburgh, where he spent 
his entire career working for Westing- 
hotise Electric Corporation. In 1984, 
Dr. Fox retired, and he and Mrs. Fox 
returned to their native Hampton. 

During those years, Dr. Fox never 
forgot Dr. Gilmer. At Dr. Gilmer's 
retirement dinner. Dr. Fox praised him 
as the embodiment of the Hampden- 
Sydney "total man. " "Dr. Gilmer," he 
said, "combined science, religion, and 
human concern, especially for the 
student, in a unique way which demon- 
strated a deep appreciation for all 
aspects of life. Here was no ivory- 
towered scientist so engrossed with the 
facts of science that he neglected the 
facts of life. Here was no teacher so 
engrossed in his own pet science 
projects that he neglected his students. " 

Thanks to Dn and Mrs. Fox, future 
young men otherwise unable to afford 
an education at Hampden-Sydney will 
be able to experience the joys of a close 
relationship between student and 
teacher that Dr. Fox and Dr. Gilmer 
shared. 

Others who would like to honor Dn 
Gilrtier and continue his legacy of encour- 
aging youjig men to pursue physics may 
send contributions to the College, desig- 
nated for the Gilmer Scholarship. 



DR. THOMAS E. GILMER 23 



38 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS 
ESTABLISHED IN THE 
1990-91 FISCAL YEAR 

• THE EDWARD W., WILLIAM D., 
MARY A., AND SUSAN R. ALLEN 
SCHOLARSHIP was established in 

1990 by a gift from Mr. W. Dudley 
Allen, Jr. '43 ot Wilsons, Virginia, in 
memory ot his family. Awards are based 
on financial need with preference given 
to residents of Dinwiddle or Amelia 
County, Virginia. 

• THE AYLETT B. COLEMAN, SR., 
SCHOLARSHIP was established in 

1991 by Mr. Aylett B. Coleman III of 
Roanoke, in memory of his grand- 
father, Aylett B. Coleman, St., Class of 
1888. This scholarship will be awarded 
to residents of Virginia who demon- 
strate financial need. 

• THE JAMES W AND PATRICLV 
H. DENNIS SCHOLARSHIP was 
established in 1 990 by James W. and 
Patricia H. Dennis of Richmond. Pref- 
erence will be given to a rising junior or 
senior who is preparing for further 
study in dentistry or psychology. Recip- 
ients must demonstrate financial need 
and above-average academic standards. 

• THE GLADYSE J. HOLLAND 
SCHOLARSHIP was established in 



1990 in her honor by her sons, Mr. 
Richard J. Holland, Dr. Clarence A. 
Holland '52, and Dr. William E. 
Holland. Awards will be made to 
students who demonstrate financial 
need. 

• THE THOMAS WYNDHAM 
JAMISON MEMORLVL 
SCHOLARSHIP was established in 
1990 by Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. 
'63, Mr. George B. Cardedge, Sr., Mr. 
Charles L Lunsford II '64, and Mr. 
Robert H. Bennett, Jr., all of Roanoke, 
in memory of their classmate and 
friend, Mr. Thomas WyncLham 
Jamison '62. Awards will be based on 
financial need with preference given 

to residents of Roanoke. 

• THE EDMONLV CARRINGTON 
METCALF INTERNATIONAL 
SCHOLARSHIP was established in 

1 990 by a bequest from her estate. 
This scholarship will be awarded, based 
on need, to rising juniors and seniors 
who wish to study abroad for 1 or 2 
semesters in the fields in which 
they are majoring. 

• THE EVELYN PITTS 
THOMAS SCHOLARSHIP was 
established in 1 990 by a bequest 
from her estate. This scholarship 
will be awarded to those students 



KEATING MEDALLIONS AWARDED TO 

DEAN SCOTT COLLEY AND TRUSTEE RAY BOTTOM '51 

At the Founders Dinner on November 8, 1991, the Keating Medallion, established by James J. 
Keating '66 to recognize those who "have kept Hampden-Sydney a real part of their lives, " was 
given to Scon Colley and Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51. 

Dr. Colley, now Provost and Dean of the Faculty (tipper right, with Founders Committee 
vice-chairman Jon Pace '82), served as Acting President and Provost from June 1990 until 
July 1991: he was recognized for "the significant lessons he has taught us in the art of lead- 
ership " and for "the style and substance of his service " to the College. An educator, author, 
and manager, he has published works on Shakespearean and Elizabethan literature, has 
edited a volume of Shakespeare's "Troilus and Cressida, " and has written a history of the 
staging of Shakespeare i "Richard 111. " 

A member of the Board of Trustees since 1973, Mr. Bottom (lower right, with Founders 
Committee chairman and trustee Peter Leggett '68) is now a member of the Development, 
Buildings and Grounds, and Corporations and Foundations Committees. "He is one of the 
most devoted ahimni Hampden-Sydney College has ever had, " said Mr. Leggett. "He has 
given most generously to the College, in terms of both time and philanthropy. "Mr. Bottom 
has been active in the Peninsula Area Alumni Association for many years. He served on the 
Corporations and Foundations Committee for the Campaign for Hampden-Sydney and as 
Chairman for the Penimula Area capital campaign. In 1983, he received the College 's 
Algernon Sydney Sullivan Medallion for "excellence of character and generous service to 
his fellows. " 



in the top one-third of their class who 
are pursuing a course of study in either 
the premedical, prenursing, or health 
care sciences field. Preference will be 
given to students from Henry or 
Patrick County or the City of 
Martinsville. 

• THE LEONARD WESLEY 
TOPPING, SR., AND RUTH 
EVELYN 'WRIGHT TOPPING 
SCHOLARSHIP was established in 
1991 by the Reverend Leonard Wesley 
Topping, Sr. '30 and his wife, Ruth 
Evelyn Wright Topping, of Charlotte, 
North Carolina. The scholarship will 
be awarded to students who demon- 
strate financial need. 

A complete listing of annual and endowed 
scholarships can be found on pages 54-64 in the 
1991-93 edition of the Academic Catalogue. 
Infonnation on establishing permanently 
endowed scholarships may be obtained by 
writing to George M. Peters at the College, 
or by calling him at (804) 223-6146. 




Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



39 



DR. BEARD'S PHYSICS 
EQUIPMENT PROGRAM 
CONTINUED IN 1991 

Hampden-Sydney has received for a 
second consecutive year a $55,000 
grant from the State Council of Higher 
Education, under the provisions of the 
Federal Dwight D. Eisenhower Math- 
ematics and Science Education Act, to 
continue its program to assist high 
school physics teachers with "hands-on" 
laboratory workshops all over Virginia, 
which have expanded and strengthened 
the physics instructional network and, 
through advanced workshops, created a 
group oi master teachers of physics. 

Directed by Dr. L. Neel Beard, Jr, 
professor of physics, the workshops 
began in 1990 as an expansion of his 
American Association of Physics Teach- 
ers Workshops and the Physics Equip- 
ment Loan Program. In 1989, 
Hampden-Sydney received the Merck 
Company Foundation Innovation 
Award in Undergraduate Science 
Education for Beard's efforts to make 
the study of physics more available to 
high school students by designing 
simple and inexpensive laboratory 
apparatus. 

Each workshop participant receives a 
set of equipment made from unsophis- 
ticated hardware-store items and a 
manual and video on how to tise the 
apparatus to demonstrate the basic 
principles of physics. Participants also 
develop contacts through the workshop 
which help them overcome the profes- 
sional isolation many of them feel: 
eighty per cent ol the teachers cited in 
an AIP survey said that they were the 
only teachers of physics in their schools. 
Fifty-one of the seventy-seven panic- 
ipants in fall workshops signed up lor 
this year's advanced workshops. 

"Hampden-Sydney's partnership 
with the State Council of Higher 
Education and with state high schools 
is helping to strengthen Virginia's posi- 
tion of leadership in improving science 
education and in transforming the 
teaching of physics, " said Dr. J. Scott 
Colley, Dean of the Faculty. 




Summer Liberal Arts Program participiints Noel Robinson — now a Hampden-Sydney junior — and 
Terry Lee (above) marked in Eggleston Library, installing sentyj strips i)i the Civil War collection. 



SUMMER LIBERAL ARTS 
PROGRAM PROMOTES 
MINORITY EDUCA TION 

Eleven students from five Virginia 
community colleges, including seven 
from Southside Virginia Community 
CoOege, took part in the highly 
successftil inaugural session of the 
Hampden-Sydney Summer Liberal 
Arts Program for African-American 
male students last summer.The four- 
week residential program was designed 
to expose students to the nature and 
expectadons of liberal education and to 
encourage them to learn the bachelor's 
degree in small private colleges like 
Hampden-Sydney. 

Participants and their peer coun- 
selors Troy Drafron, Ed Harrison, 
Russell Turner, and Orson Williams (all 
current students) took two courses, 
environmental biology and Latin 
American culture. The students also 
worked two hours daily in Eggleston 
Library, assisnng in the installation of 
the new collection security system. 
Sessions on study skills, time manage- 
ment, career goals, and admissions and 
financial aid complemented the class 
schedule. 

An unusual feature of the session 



was a weekly "role model" dinner 
featuring visits by black alumni of the 
College. The students were able to 
discuss the benefits of small college life 
with Ed Owens '80, an independent 
insurance agent and entrepreneur; 
Willie Fobbs '87, an officer of the State 
Corporations Commission; Alvin Allen 
'90, a commercial lender with Central 
Fidelity Bank; and David Blackwell 
'87, a mathematics teacher in York 
County. A weekend field trip to Wash- 
ington, D.C., allowed the men to hear 
from Judge Rodney Ruffin '82 and 
Warren Thompson '81 , who enter- 
tained the group in his Herndon home. 

One participant, Noel Robinson of 
Concord, Virginia, transferred from 
Central Virginia Community College 
in Lynchburg to enter Hampden- 
Sydney as a member ot the class of '94. 
All of the participants indicated in 
post-program evaluations that they 
intended to attain four-year degrees; 
only hall held that clear goal on the 
first day. 

The Summer Liberal Arts Program 
is supported by grants from the Jessie 
Ball duPont Fund of Jacksonville, Flor- 
ida, and The Teagle Foundation of 
New York City. 



40 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



HARRISON TRA VELING 
SCHOLARS GET MEMO- 
RIES FOR LIFE 

A woman from New York with an 
informed appreciation of art, who 
enjoyed frequent travel, married a 
Richmond businessman descended 
from the College's Founding Trustees 
and whose family has many associa- 
tions with Hampden-Sydney. They 
lived in London for many years, until 
their home was destroyed during the 
blitz of World War II. Then Robert 
C. and Francena T Harrison returned 
to Richmond and lived there until their 
deaths. Their lifetime philanthropic 
pursuits have been sustained by the 
Francena T Harrison Foundation 
Trust, which generously supports insti- 
tutions and causes in which the Harri- 
sons were interested. 

As a result, Hampden-Sydney 
students have the opportunity to study 
Britain's literature, history, and culture 
at first hand, to do research in its great 
libraries, to visit its musetmis and 
galleries, to meet its politicians, busi- 
nessmen, and professionals. Most 
importantly, the Harrison Traveling 
Scholarship allows students to learn 
about British life and culture by living 
with British families and to travel 
throughout Europe at a time oi histor- 
ical political and economic changes 
there. 

The Robert C. and Francena T 
Harrison Traveling Scholarship was 
established in 1 988 through a gift of 
the Francena T Harrison Foundation 
Trust in memory of Robert C. and 
Francena T Harrison. The principal of 
this endowed fund now exceeds 
$100,000. 

Robert Campbell Harrison was a 
brother of late Hampden-Sydney trus- 
tee Frederick Nash Harrison and an 
uncle of former Hampden-Sydney 
trustee Frederick N. Harrison, Jr. He 
was president of Export Leaf Tobacco 
Company and a director of the British- 
American Tobacco Company in 
London (BAT), food and tobacco 
manufacturers and merchants, oper- 



ating worldwide. A descendant of two 
Hampden-Sydney CoOege Founding 
Trustees — Judge Paul Carrington, Sr., 
and Nathaniel Venable, he was 
connected to other early Hampden- 
Sydney families, namly the Bruces, 
Cabells, Mortons, Nashes, Reads, and 
Watkinses. His brother, Frederick Nash 
Harrison, was the donor of the Anna 
Carrington Harrison Leadership Schol- 
arship honoring their mother's 
memory. Frederick Nash Harrison, Jr., 
has been most generous to Hampden- 
Sydney in a variety of ways, as has his 
sister. The family association continues 
through Richard Blair Craig, Jr. '89, 
grandson of Frederick Nash Harrison, 
Jr. and grandnephew of Robert C. 
Harrison. 

The history of the Harrison Travel- 
ing Scholarship at Hampden-Sydney 
College, while still a short one, is rich 
with the diversity of student interests 
and accomplishments. Five Hampden- 
Sydney students have been given 



"The education, the 

friendships, and the 

memories from my 'overseas 

adventure combined in a 

once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

My decision to study abroad 

was one of the wisest I made 

during my college career. " 

JAY ABBOTT '90 



unusual opportunities to understand 
and appreciate British history and 
culture and have made the most in a 
variety of ways of the advantages given 
them. 

Carlos A. Alvarenga III '90, a 
humanities major from Whitestone, 
New York, spent a semester studying 
classics at Bath, Oxford, and Stratford, 
and is now enrolled in a Ph.D. 



program at Cornell University. 

Jay Abbott '90 of Oldwick, New 
Jersey, a history major and Hobbie 
Scholar in Busines Ethics, participated 
for a semester in the Hollins Abroad 
Program at the University of London. 
His studies concentrated on Britain's 
parliamentary system of government 
and Britain's role in the European 
Economic Community. His enthu- 
siasm for foreign study and for his Brit- 
ish experience was apparent in his 
letters to friends at home. 

"The education, the friendships, 
and the memories from my overseas 
adventure' combined in a once-in-a 
lifetime experience that I will remem- 
ber for many years to come. My deci- 
sion to study abroad was one of the 
wisest I made during my college career. 
The experience was an education that 
no professor, lecture hall, or text can 
match." He said that studying British 
architecture, history, literature, and 
economics and living with a British 
family gave him a new perspective that 
is the most beneficial aspect of his 
college education. He is now more 
sympathetic to foreign concerns and 
places greater value on the benefits and 
opportunities that many Americans 
take for granted. 

Francena Harrison would be espe- 
cially pleased to hear the comments of 
Abbott's classmate, John Lenzi, Jr. '91, 
a mathematics and computer science 
major, who spent a semester at Trinity 
College, Camarthen, Wales. 

"I got to see the actual paintings we 
were learning about rather than having 
to rely on faded slides that are a frac- 
tion of the size of the original. I toured 
castles. Iron Age fortresses, and even 

mythological lakes this was as 

important as studying the Celtic World 
and European art in the classroom. " 

Mr. Harrison, an international busi- 
nessman, would be pleased to hear that 
Harrison Traveling Scholars learn about 
Britain's role in the European 
Economic Community and have an 
opportunity during their travels to 
experience the changing political and 
economic lile ol Europe today. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



41 



Lenzi wrote home: "One of the 
main highlights was the chance to see 
the opening up of two countries. One I 
witnessed as I stood at The Bedin Wall. 
Then just a month later I was in Lenin- 
grad during the May Day celebration." 
He also wrote that while his classroom 
experience was valuable, so was the 
opportunity to talk to British citizens, 
to read their newspapers, and to hear 
and watch their news programs. Taking 
advantage of vacations, he spent St. 
Patrick's Day in Dublin and Easter in 
Greece, giving further lively meaning 
to a Harrison Traveling Scholarship. 

Joseph Glass '9 1 spent a semester of 
his senior year at the University of 
London. His study of British history 
spanned the eras of theTudors, the 
Stuarts, and the Civil War, giving him 
the perfect excuse to research and write 
a short biography of the life of Alger- 
non Sydney, one ot the two English 
patriots after whom Hampden-Sydney 
is named. 

Bradley Teague, now a senior, spent 
a semester at Mansfield College, 
Oxford, where he completed two terms 
of a three-term year, studying econom- 
ics. His time at Oxford introdticed 
him to many new experiences, includ- 
ing rowing. Because he rowed in Mans- 
field's second eight, he was able to 
compete in the Oriole Regatta in 
which Mansfield won the novice divi- 
sion. He played basketball for Mans- 
field College and went to finals in the 
University Cuppers Tournament. He 
made friends not only of Britons, but 
of Americans from parts of his own 
country unknown to him. Further, he 
learned self-discipline, in his own 
words, "in a major way. " 

Not entirely new was the tutorial 
system. Teague adapted to it well, 
because it was similar to the one-to-one 
faculty-student relationships of 
Hampden-Sydney and he was prepared 
for the emphasis on critical thought by 
his liberal arts experience at Hampden- 
Sydney. 

These young men are the first in a 
long line of Harrison Traveling Scholars 
who will add continuing lustre to the 



Harrison name by continuing the 
tradition of Anglo-American friendship 
that Francena and Robert Harrison 
exemplified so well. 

All Harrison Traveling Scholars, 
reflecting in their studies and interests 
those of Francena and Robert Harri- 
son, add further distinction to the 
chronicle of the relationship of the 
Harrison family to Hampden-Sydney 
College. We are proud of our Harrison 
Scholars and grateful to the trustees of 
the Harrison Foundation Trust for 
giving them the opportunity to be 
immersed, even for a short time, in 
British culture. 

PROFESSORSARE 
STUDENTSAGAIN 
IN AREA SEMINARS 
SUPPORTED IN PART BY 
HUSTON FOUNDATION 

The Area Specialists Program was 
designed to foster campus interest in 
areas of the world previously under- 
represented in the curriculum of the 
College. Visiting professors — experts 
on the region under study and capable 
of wide interdisciplinary overview — 
are recruited from nearby colleges and 
universities to teach a three-hour, two- 
semester course for advanced under- 
graduates and a separate faculty devel- 
opment seminar one day per week. 
Individual, self-paced sttidy of a major 
regional language is an integral part of 
the program. 

The goals of the program, in addi- 
tion to increasing faculty and student 
awareness of other cultures, include the 
formation of faculty interest groups 
that may lead to team-taught inter- 
disciplinary offerings; informing the 
teaching and scholarship of the faculty 
as they engage in their routine pursuits; 
fostering collegiality in an academic 
setting where most participants are 
essentially equal in background; and 
"making teachers students again." 

In 1989-90, the pilot seminar, led 
by Professor Ralph Hattox of the 
history department, focused on the 



Middle East. Eleven professors from a 
wide variety of departments (including 
chemistry, classics, economics, English, 
religion, and modern languages) took 
part in the program. Participants stud- 
ied Arabic and/or Turkish in addition 
to the history, geography, culture, and 
politics of the region. 

In 1 990-9 1 , thirteen professors 
studied Latin America or Southeast 
Asia in the weekly seminars, which 
were directed by Professor Ernest Duff 
of Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 
a specialist in Latin American politics, 
and Professor Patrick Mayerchak of 
Virginia Military Institute, also a polit- 
ical scientist. After a brief hiatus, the 
program will resume in 1992 with 
seminars on Eastern Europe, Africa, 
and North America (with special 
emphasis on intracontinental relations). 

The program has been supported by 
grants from the U.S. Department of 
Education (Title VI) and the Consor- 
tium for the Advancement of Private 
Higher Education. Generous grants 
from the Huston Foundation have 
permitted the acquisition of new 
library materials, both print and audio- 
visual, for the support of the seminars 
and subsequent offerings. 



42 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



Second-half Surge Keys 
Historical Season in Sports 



By Dean Hybl 



■J- Y AMPDEN-SYDNEY'S Tigers 
/ / completed their 1 00th Year of 

y i Collegiate Football with a perfect 

second half capped by a 29- 

28 victory over Randolph-Macon, the 

fifth in a row. The Tiger offense was 

a big reason for the second-half 

surge as H-SC scored 50 or more 

points in a school-record three 

straight games and averaged 43 

points per game over the final five 

weeks. 




H-SC's final record of 7-2- 1 was the teams best mark 
since 1 986 and was remarkable considering that Coach 
Joe Bush and his staff entered the season with 
many holes left by the graduation of 1 5 key 
members of the 1990 squad. The 1991 
team included four new starters on the 
offensive line and six freshmen starters on 
the defensive unit. 

"We really didn't know what to expect, " 
Bush said. "We were picked to finish 
fourth in the ODAC and had a lot of ques- 
tions, especially on the offensive line and 
on defense. We lost some talented players to 
graduation and not coming back to school, 
but turned out to be very fortunate as we had 
^k several quality guys who stepped right in and 

.^^ contributed." 

^^^ H-SCs winning season was the fourth 

ll^^^B straight winning campaign and sixth straight 

^^^V .500-or-better year under Bush. Their five- 

^^^^ game winning streak was the first since the 

^^^^ Tigers won five consecutive games in 1 986. 

s ^^P The strong finish, after posting a 2-2-1 

,iii. W mark through the first five games of the year. 

Bush credited to the team's ability to stay 
focused and take the games one at a time. 
"We were a little disappointed after the first five 
games, but felt we weren't in too bad a shape considering 
whom we were playing and how many voung players we 




had, " Bush said. "However, after the loss at Emory, we 
made up our minds to win the last five games and took 
them one at a time. We started out with Washington & 
Lee and really considered ourselves a big train gaining 
momentum as we went along. 

"Probably the big turning point was the 
win over Wesley (50-49). The 
way we won it gave tis a lot 
of confidence and started 
us on our big scoring kick. 
Coming back against them 



JUNIOR CHAD DUNCAN WAS NAMED THE NCAA DtSaSION III PLAYER OF THE WEEK .\FTER SCORING FOUR TOUCHDOWNS 
AGAINST CENTRE COLLEGE. HE FINISHED THE SEASON AS THE LEADING SCORER AMONG ALL DLVTSION II AND III PIjVYERS IN VIRGINL\. 



Whiter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • 43 




Sophomore Cetric Gayles (32) was named first-team All-ODAC running back, thanks partly to the hlucknig oj ieiuorpdlback Paul Amos (43). 



really gave us a tremendous boost of 
confidence." 

The Tigers" season-ending victory 
over Randolph-Macon, the final stop 
on H-SC's train ride to a successful 
season, was a special one for Coach 
Bush and his team. 

"Beating Macon was a perfect way 
to end our 100th year of football. It 
was really the icing on the cake. It 
allowed us to finish with a real good 
record and gave us something to build 
on next year." 

Though Hampden-Sydney had only 
six senior players during the 1991 
campaign, the group included five 
starters who provided the Tigers with 
much-needed leadership during the 
season. "There is no question we will 
miss these guys next season," Bush said. 
"The quantity of seniors may be small, 
but the quality is definitely high. They 



all played key positions and they all 
played them very well." 

Four of the Tigers' five senior start- 
ers. Jay Hicks, Warren Liptok, John 
Lavalle, and Dwayne Bowyer, were 
recognized as All-ODAC selections, 
while the fifth senior, Paul Amos, was a 
two-year starter and key performer at 
ftillback. 

Bowyer will leave a significant void: 
in his two and a half seasons as H-SC's 
starting quarterback, Bowyer 
performed as well as anyone who had 
ever played the position tor the Tigers. 
The senior from Mechanicsville 
finished his remarkable H-SC career by 
passing lor a school-record 1,812 yards. 
He finished as the ODAC's leading 
passer for the third straight year and 
completed his career with a school- 
record 34 touchdowns and 4,380 yards 
passing. Bowyer also finished the 



season as the 1 1 th-highest-rated 
quarterback in Division III football. In 
his 25 starts lor H-SC, the Tigers 
posted a 17-7-1 record. 

"We will certainly miss Dwayne's 
leadership and talent on the field," 
Bush said, "but we will also miss the 
leadership and direction he gave the 
younger players off the field. He was a 
very durable player who took a lot of 
punishment. You just have to look at 
our record over the last three years to 
see that he was a real winner." 

Bowyer was not the only Hampden- 
Sydney player to move up in the 
school's football record books. Senior 
flanker Jay Hicks finished his career 
with 1,542 yards receiving to rank 
fourth on H-SC's career list. Hicks 
finished as H-SC's career leader in aver- 
age yards per catch with 21.4. Junior 
Chad Duncan led the ODAC in scor- 



44 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



ing and tied for fourth on H-SC's all- 
time single-season scoring chart with 
74 points. 

On the team front, the Tigers" 348 
points easily broke the ten-game team 
record of 3 16 set in 1977. Three 
straight 50-point games also established 
a school record, as did the 1,912 pass- 
ing yards. The H-SC oflFense finished 
12th nationally in Division III in scor- 
ing average and 26th in total offense. 

Post-season recognition was also 
prevalent as eleven Tigers were selected 
to the All-ODAC squad and several 
were also recognized as All-State 
performers by the Roanoke Times. 
Those earning first-team All-ODAC 
selection were tight end John Lavalle, 
running back Cetric Gayles, flanker Jay 
Hicks, and nose guard Greg Hatfield. 
Second-team selections were offensive 
guards Andy Cook and Steward Car- 
lisle, center Brian Rollison, quarterback 
Dwayne Bowyer, defensive tackle Eric 
Dye, and defensive backs Warren 
Liptok and Curtis Turner. Hatfield, 
Lavalle, and Gayles were named first- 
team All-State for Division II and III 
while Bowyer, Hicks, and Cook 
received second-team recognition. 

With seven of these all-conference 
performers and many other key players 
returning, the beginning of Hampden- 
Sydney's second 100 years of football 
promises to be very exciting and 
successfiil. 



Qiiarterback Dwayne Bowyer (at right) wai 
named VaSID Player of the Year, while jimio, 
placekicker David Brickhill (far right) was 
named to the Academic All-America team- 
the sixth Hampdcn-Sydney player so honored. 



Qimrterback Boyer named 
VaSID Player of the Year 

In recognition of his outstanding senior 
season, in which he led the Tigers to an 
impressive 7-2-1 record, the Viriginia 
Sports Information Directors (VaSID) 
has named Hampden-Sydney quar- 
terback Dwayne Bowyer the Virginia 
College Division Player of the Year 
among all Division II, III, and NAIA 
schools. 

The Mechanicsville resident served 
as the team's captain for 1991 and 
finished the season as the eleventh lead- 
ing passer in Division III nationally. He 
completed 56.9% of his passes for a 
school-record 1,812 yards and 14 
touchdowns. Bowyer finished his 
college career as Hampden-Sydney s 
career leader in touchdown passes, with 
34, and ranks second in career passing 
yardage, with 4,375. 

Bowyer was named the top player in 
the state despite having been narrowly 
edged out of first- team quarterback 
honors by Virginia Unions Carl 
Wright. 

VaSID also honored three other 
Hampden-Sydney players as first-team 
All-State picks: tight end John Lavalle, 
running back Cetric Gayles, and 
flanker Jay Hicks. 



Placekicker Brickhill earns 
Academic All-American honors 

Hampden-Sydney junior placekicker 
David Brickhill has been named a first- 
team Division III GTE Academic All- 
American by the College Sports Infor- 
mation Directors of America. He is the 
third Hampden-Sydney football player 
in the last three years to be recognized 
as an Academic All-American. 

A mathematics major at H-SC, 
Brickhill has a 3.876 cumulative GPA 
and has received many special awards 
in his area of study. He was the 1 99 1 
recipient of the Macon Reed Award for 
excellence in Mathematics and 
Computer Science and also received an 
award for the highest GPA in his class 
after two years of college. 

On the football field Brickhill has 
been a key player for the Tigers. In 
1990 he was a first-team All-ODAC 
and All-State performer, leading all 
Division II and III kickers in Virginia 
in scoring. This past season he was 
H-SC's fourth leading scorer with 39 
points, missing only two of 38 extra- 
point attempts. 

Brickhill is the sixth Hampden- 
Sydney player since 1982 to earn GTE 
Academic All-America recognition, 
joining John Dickinson (1982), Hiter 
Harris (1982), Brad Gary (1984), 
T C. Wilson ( 1 989), and W R. Jones 
(1989 & 1990). 




Winter 199^ 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



45 




Senior jootball playen and their jathen attended a dinner in their honor before the annual Randolph- 
Macon game. Tim year 's team had six seniors, five of whom spent at least two years as starters for the 
Tigers. Each senior received a silver cup commemorating his years on the team. The cups are donated 
annually by H. Hiter Harris Jr.. a Trustee of the College {front row, second from left), and his son 
Hirer Han-is III, a frontier Tiger football player (frvnt row, at left). The event was a prelude to a very 
productive weekend: the Tiger seniors frnished their careers by defreating Randolph-Macon 29-28. 
Their frour-year record was 25-14-1, with winning campaigns in each season. 



WATER POLO 

Under the direction of head coach Ray 
Rostan, the Hampden-Sydney water 
polo team rose to new heights during 
the 1991 season, finishing second at the 
Virginia Water Polo Championships 
and sixth in the Eastern Regional ol the 
NCAA Tournament. 

In their fifth year as a varsity 
sport at Hampden-Sydney, the 
water polo squad has shown 
improvement in each campaign 
and this year made a major 
move towards becoming a 
competitive program at the 
Division III level. 

The Tigers' impressive finish 
in the state tournament was the 
result of strong performances in 
four games: H-SC defeated James 
Madison 20-15, Lynchburg 14- 
1 3, and Virginia Tech 1 3-9 to earn 
a spot against Washington & Lee 



Junior Thacher \X'orthen (right) was the 
leading scorer in the Southern Water Polo 
Confrerence in 1991 and ivas a first-team 
All-Conference and All-State selection. 
Senior Duane Jones frar right) was HS-C 
top cross-country runner in 1991. 



in the tournament finale. Against the 
nationally ranked Generals H-SC 
trailed by only one goal at the half 
before falling 14-7. Thacher Worthen 
led H-SC with 20 goals during the 
event and Jon Wesson added 16. 

In the NCAA regional tournament 
the Tigers were just seconds away trom 



earning a first-round victory over 
Amherst College when disaster struck. 
Leading by a goal, the Tigers were in 
the process of running out the clock 
when an Amherst player stole an errant 
pass and scored the tying goal as time 
expired. The Tigers lost in overtime, 
eventually finishing sixth in the eight- 
team event. The Tigers did, however, 
earn a big 18-13 victory over Colby 
College as Worthen scored seven goals 
and Wesson added three. 

The combination of juniors 
Worthen and Wesson was the big key 
for the Tigers throughout the season; 
Worthen finished with a team-leading 
45 goals while Wesson was close 
behind with 41. The two finished first 
and second in the Southern Water Polo 
Conference in scoring. Worthen was 
honored as a first-team All-Conference 
selection and Wesson was a second- 
team pick. Both players were selected 
to the Virginia All-State Tournament 
squad. With goalie Jay Johnston, they 
should make a strong showing in next 
years NCAA Regional. 




46 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



SOCCER 

Under second-year head coach Michael 
Reilly, the Hampden-Sydney soccer 
team continued in 1 99 1 to build the 
program for a fliture run toward 
success. The squads 7-11-1 record was 
identical to the record achieved a year 
ago but showed some improvement as 
the Tigers had an excellent defense that 
set a school record with seven shutouts. 

The season started with a bang as 
sophomore Rob Mitchell scored four 
goals in the first half of the Tigers' 
season-opening 6-0 victory over 
Ferrum College. H-SC continued a 
strong first half of the season with an 
overtime victory over St. Mary's and 
victories over Mt. Olive and Lynchburg 
to sprint to a 4-2 record. 

However, the Tigers were unable to 
maintain their early momentum as 
they lost eight of their next nine games 
and were shut out six times. The high- 
light of this difficult stretch was an 
exciting 1 -0 victory over Eastern 
Mennonite in which sophomore Jona- 
than Thayer scored the winning goal. 
On the down side, however, Thayer 
was injured in the game and was never 
able to regain the skill level that had 
made him a first- team All-ODAC 
selection as a fi-eshman. Because of 
injuries, the Tigers were also forced to 
play the second half of the season with- 
out freshman defenseman Justin Isaacs. 

The brightest spot for the Tigers 
during the 1991 season was an unre- 
lenting defense that at times kept 
Hampden-Sydney's opponents fi-om 
taking quality shots. For the season H- 
SC out-shot 13 of their 19 opponents 
and recorded a school-record seven 
shutouts. Leading the defensive unit 
were juniors David Sommardahl and 
Tom Ekman. As the Tigers' defensive 



sweeper, Sommardahl was an excep- 
tional all-around player; but he also 
finished the season as the second lead- 
ing scorer on the squad with 13 points. 

For the third consecutive year, 
junior Richard Ruth led the team in 
scoring as he finished with seven goals 
and 17 points. After the injury to 
Thayer, teams double- and at times 
triple-teamed Ruth, but he still enjoyed 
a solid campaign. 

Several freshmen made immediate 
impacts for Coach Reilly's squad in 
1991. Jason Buckner started every 
game and contributed four points. 
Curtis Player and Justin Isaacs were also 
starters and all three will be looked to 
for big things next season. 



CROSS-COUNTRY 

Afi:er finishing third in the ODAC in 
1 990 with a team often runners, of 
whom only two were seniors, the 
Hampden-Sydney cross-country team 
held high expectations for 1 99 1 . Four 
runners, seniors Duane Jones and 
Christopher Jackson, and sophomores 
Matt Miles and Pat Thomas, returned 
to the team as school opened and 
seniors Alston Middleton and Rob 
Kinear joined the team a week later. 

Despite tough times, the team did 
shine in a couple of areas. They 
managed to sweep Randolph-Macon 
and ran their best race when it counted 
most: at the ODAC championships 
held at Hampden-Sydney. 

To cap the season, three of the 
runners — Duane Jones, Christopher 
Jackson, and Matt Miles — were named 
to the Dean's List. 




Soccer coach Mike Reilly (above) has used fresh- 
men and sophomores to turn the Tigers into 
ODAC contenders. Junior David Sommardahl 
(below) was a first-team All-ODAC selection for 
the Tigers in 1991. 







L 



FAMr'DP:N 



4 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



47 



Athletic Hall of Fame 1991 



(.A 



T THE FOURTH 
annual Athletic Hall of 
Fame induction ceremony 
on November 9, 1991, 
master ol ceremonies Joseph F. Viar, Jr. 
'63. Chairman of the Athletic 
Committee of the Board of Trustees, 
presented awards to 1991 inductees 
John Hunt '3 1 , Bill Formwalt '36, Ron 
Henry '56, and David Anthony '77, 
and special citations to former coaches 
George Proctor and Louis F. Miller. 

A four- year member of the baseball 
and football teams at H-SC, John 
Hunt '3 1 is still considered one ot the 
finest hurlers in Tiger baseball history. 
During the 1 928 season he pitched 
three one-hitters (against the University 
ol Delaware, Randolph-Macon, and 
Bridgewater). As a senior. Hunt served 



as team captain. After graduation he 
pitched in the Bi-State-League and also 
pitched one game at the Triple-A level. 
In football Hunt was a four-year 
letterman as a tackle and center for 
Coach Yank Bernier. After graduating 
from Hampden-Sydney, the South 
Boston native spent more than 30 years 
as a school teacher and coach, 
including 24 years at Fork Union 
Military Academy. 

H-SC's third football All-American, 
as recognized by Liberty magazine after 
the 1935 season. Bill Formwalt '36 
was also captain of the '35 squad 
which, despite finishing 5-5, was the 
only Hampden-Sydney squad ever to 
defeat the University of Virginia — the 
Tigers recorded a 1 3-7 victory over the 
Cavaliers. Legendary H-SC Coach 



Yank Bernier called Formwalt "one ol 
the greatest ever to play end lor 
Hampden-Sydney." In basketball 
Formwalt was also an outstanding 
performer and scored a career-high 34 
points against American University. As 
a senior he was the leading scorer in the 
state of Virginia. Bernier said that both 
opposing players and newspaper 
reporters considered Bill Formwalt an 
outstanding player and sportsman. 

Possibly the best end in Tiger 
history, Ron Henry '56 earned 
second-team Little All-America honors 
in 1 955. As a senior he was captain of 
the squad that recorded an 8- 1 mark, 
the best season record to that point in 
H-SC football history. Ron was named 
to the prestigious Little Seven team 
four seasons. In four years he played in 



At the 1991 Athletic Hall of Fame induction (below, fivm left), award recipients David Anthony '77, John Hunt '31, Coach Louis Miller. 
Mrs. George Proctor, Bill Formwalt '36, Ron Henry '56, and master of ceremonies Joe Viar '63. 



T'- 




tk 




E 





48 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



every H-SC game, starting in alJ but 
one. 

A three-time Ail-American golfer at 
H-SC, David Anthony '77 was a key 
member of H-SCs 1975 NCAA 
Division III runner-up team. Only a 
sophomore at the time, he was a vital 
part of that squad, finishing in the top 
ten at the national championships. 
Already recognized as a second-team 
All-American in 1975, Anthony went 
on to earn first-team recognition in 
both 1976 and 1977. Golf coach Gus 
Franke called Anthony "the most 
consistent goiter 1 ever coached." 

Starting his athletic career as a coach 
and director of the old Richmond Boys 
Club, George "Gummy" Proctor 
influenced countless young men, 
helping many of them develop into 
high school and college athletes. He 
was recognized as the best basketball 
official in the South and officiated in 
the Southern Conference before it split 
to form the ACC. He was always the 
number-one official in the tournament. 



On the court he had a way that kept 
the games under control without 
detracting from individual perfor- 
mances. Proctor eventually left: the 
officiating ranks to become head 
basketball coach at Virginia Tech from 
1931 to 1932 and again from 1944 to 
1947. Coming to Hampden-Sydney in 
the fall of 1947, he was responsible for 
reviving basketball tradition at the 
school. His 1948-49 squad finished 
with a 22-3 record that still ranks as the 
best mark in H-SC basketball history. 
His 49-23 (.680) record as coach is the 
best winning percentage of any H-SC 
basketball coach. In 1974, in recog- 
nition of outstanding contributions to 
athletics in the state of Virginia as 
official, coach, and administrator. 
Proctor was inducted into the Virginia 
Sports Hall of Fame. 

Coach Louis F. "Weenie" Miller has 
enjoyed a long and illustrious career in 
collegiate athletics, first as an athlete at 
the University of Richmond and later 
as a coach and administrator at several 
Virginia colleges. At the University of 
Richmond, Miller captained the 



baseball and basketball teams and also 
competed in football. After graduation 
he played for two years with the New 
York Yankee organization. Miller began 
his coaching career at the University of 
Richmond; he also coached at 
Hampden-Sydney, Washington & Lee, 
and VMl before spending 20 years in 
private business. Since he was named 
Athletic Director and baseball coach in 
1986, he has had a major impact on 
the Colleges athletic programs. His 
influence has helped the Tigers field 
contenders in every sport and maintain 
a winning percentage above 56 percent 
in each of the last three years. In 1989 
his final game as head baseball coach 
brought Hampden-Sydney its first Old 
Dominion Athletic Conference 
baseball championship. Coach Miller 
was instrumental in establishing the 
Hampden-Sydney Athletic Hall of 
Fame in 1988. 



Two Future Trips Being Offered Through 
the Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association 



St. Lawrence River and 
the Thousand Islands 

Summer 1992 

(10 DEPARTURES) 

Cruising the St. Lawrence is a thrill- 
ing experience. Throughout the 
voyage, naturalists and guests will 
come aboard to enhance your under 
standing and enjoyment of the 
picturesque places we visit. The 138- 
passenger Yorktown Clipper W\\\ be your 
comfortable and congenial home. 

For information contact the Hampden-Sydney Alumni 



THE THOUSAND 
ISLANDS OF THE 
ST. LAWRENCE 




TERRA-COTTA 
WARRIORS 
OF XIAN 



China and the 
Yangtzee River 

October 3 to 20, 1992 

Here is the most comfortable and 
convenient way to see the fasci- 
nating sights of the People's 
Republic of China: The Great Wall 
of China, Guard Tower of the 
Forbidden City, Beijing, and the 
terra-cotta soldiers of Xian. The 62- 
passenger M.S. Goddess and new 
western-style hotels will provide 
your accommodations. 

Association at Box 86, Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



49 



Class Notes 



NEWS FROM ALUMNI 



1925 

Dr. WILLIAM C. BARGER 

participated in the I44th 
annual convention of the 
American Psychiatric Associa- 
tion held in New Orleans in 
May 1991. He also attended a 
meeting in Hilton Head, South 
Carolina, on reading disabilities 
and kindred subjects. Dr. 
Barger lives in Ft. Lauderdale, 
Florida. 

192 9 

A portrait of Dr. ROBERT S. 
LANCASTER was presented 
in September 1991 to the 
University ot the South by 
family, friends and alumni. Dr. 
Lancaster started teaching at 
Sewanee in 1931 and served as 
Dean of the Faculty from 1957 
to 1969; he is now emeritus 
professor of political science. 
"To have my portrait hanging 
among the Sewanee leaders is 
an honor I never expected to 
receive," he said. "Nevertheless, 
1 am thankfiil." The portrait 
was unveiled in Rebel's Rest, a 
historic home built in 1866 
that Dr. Lancaster helped to 
preserve. 

Dr. ELAM C. TOONE 
was recently profiled in Rheu- 
matology News. He is emeritus 
professor of medicine and rheu- 
matology at the Medical 



This edition of Class 
Notes contains informa- 
tion received before 
January 3U 1992. 

News should be sent 
to John Waters, Direc- 
tor of Alumni Relations, 
Box 86, H amp den - 
Sydney, VA 23943. 
Photos are encouraged. 




Hampden-Sydney guests at the 50th anniversary party of Dr. and 
Mrs. W. Taylor Rei>eley '39: (front row, from lefr) Lucilla Whined, 
Sally Waters, Joe Clower, Maty Cloiver, Nell Drew, Leila Thompson, 
Marie Reveley, Banna Price Trotter, Virginia Driien; (second row) 
John Waters, Tommy Shomo, William Spong. Joseph Whitted, Paul 
Grier, Joseph Robert, Taylor Reveley, Graves Thompson, Joe Trotter, 
Dot Eason; (third row) Tom Eason, Bobby Scott, Lewis Drew. Phil 
Roberts. Below, the wedding party on August 20, 1941. 




College of Virginia where he 
worked as professor of medi- 
cine for 15 years. A colleague of 
Dr. Toone's at MCV described 
him as "the epitome of the 
Southern professional." He 
added, "He is a remarkably 
humane individual who is also 
a highly skilled physician and a 
great teacher." 



13 



2^1* 



Dr. EDWIN KENDIG, in a 

profile in the September issue 
of RAMif cations, described the 
ideal motivation for a doctor: 
"The person who goes into 



medicine ought to like people 
and want to do something for 
people and then they ought to 
enjoy their work." A former 
editor of The Tiger, Dr. Kendig 
is presently the editor of 
Virginia Medical, the journal of" 
the Medical Society of Virginia. 

1939 

The Reverend CARLYLE A. 
McDonald became interim 
head of staff for the Parish of 
the Valleys in September 1991. 
The parish, which is part of the 
Shenandoah Presbytery, is in 
Middletown. Mr. McDonald 



had been pastor of the Prov- 
idence Presbyterian Church in 
Virginia Beach before his retire- 
ment in 1983. He continues to 
live in the Winchester area. 

Hampden-Sydney President 
Emeritus W. TAYLOR REVE- 
LEY II and his wife, Marie 
Eason Reveley, celebrated their 
golden wedding anniversary on 
August 20, 1991, in Lexington. 
Friends and relatives from eight 
states and from all over 
Virginia joined them in the 
celebration. Of the six original 
groomsmen, all Hampden- 
Sydney men, three came to the 
golden anniversarv' parry; 
Thomas D. Eason, Jr. '37 ot 
Lexington, Virgil R. May, Jr. 
'40 of Richmond, and Walter 
Coke Scott '39 of Savannah, 
Georgia. Also among the 1 1 6 
guests were many who had 
lived and worked at Hampden- 
Sydney, were still associated 
with the College, or had 
married Hampden-Sydney 
graduates. Dr. Reveley served 
as president of Hampden- 
Sydney from 1963 to 1977. 



BENJAMIN J. WILLIS, JR. 
'42, his son BENJAMIN J. 
'NX^LLIS III '83, and M. 
BRYAN BEECROFT III '80, 

all ot Virginia Beach, were 
featured in an article "Family 
Fortunes" in the July 1, 1991, 
Hampton Roads Business 
Weekly section of the Virginian- 
Pilot and Ledger-Star. The 
Willises own Willis Wayside 
Furniture Company, which 
will be 1 00 years old this year, 
and Beecroft manages his 
family's menswear retail chain, 
Beecroft & Bull. Both families 
were praised for adapting their 
business practices to keep up 
with large retail companies in 
an era of lowered consumer 



50 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



GREETINGS FROM THE PRESIDENT 
OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



For years, we Hampden-Sydney alumni have been applauded for our 
loyalty, devotion, and love for the College. Our camaraderie and fraternal 
kinship are mentioned in the same breath with those of VMI, surely a tell- 
ing compliment. This loyalty takes tangible expression in our being consis- 
tently at or near the top of all colleges and universities in the United States 
in the percentage of alumni contributing to the Annual Fund. Disbelief 
usually greets the announcement that, with so much accomplished, there 
are only 6700 ot us. 

Yet for all these great accolades, there need to be more. Much talent, much 
enthusiasm remains untouched. We need to seek it out. The power of that 
enthusiasm, tapped effectively, would be truly phenomenal. There are 
small pockets of people doing great things for F^ampden-Sydney right 
now. Try to imagine what we could do if more of us took the opportunity 
to participate in our selected area of interest! 

The Alumni Association wants to instigate a greater feeling of purpose 
for us all. The nineties will be different from any other decade in history. 
Hampden-Sydney needs to prepare for the twenty-first century with every 
resource available to her. Is there a better resource than her 6700 sons, 
most of whom are relentlessly faithful? I think not. 

The Alumni Association wants to help stimulate activity, enthusiasm, 
and networking for more of us. We want to stir the pot to discover poten- 
tial, as well as simply to be the conduit through which this activity reverts 
to its true goal: augmenting the mission of Hampden-Sydney College. 
Most of us have accepted the praise heaped upon us. That is under- 
standable and certainly acceptable. But can't we do just a little more? 
Shouldn't we put our energy and our involvement where our mouth is? I 
surely think so — and with ease. 

You will hear fiom me soon about this. Several specific plans are in the 
works, including networking of alumni, job placement, and specialty reun- 
ions, just to mention a few. We need each alumnus to get involved where 
he is interested. If preliminary endeavors are any indication of ultimate 

success, there will be a great opportunity, and an 

even greater response. 

To each of us Hampden-Sydney is a little 

different, yet it is very much the same to us all. 

It is worth your support. And for that I thank 
you, in advance. 






John C. Ellis, Jr. 70 
President 1991-1993 



spending. While the economic 
recession has claimed victims 
from all levels oi corporate and 
retail business, the Willises and 
Beecrohs have survived 
because ot their emphasis on 
personal service and their abil- 
ity to retain customer loyalty. 

194S 

The Reverend A. D. 
ELLISON, JR., has moved 

from the Fleming Memorial 
church in Fairmont, West 
Virginia, to the Rock Lake 
church in South Charleston. 

1944 

Dr. JOHN A. OWEN, JR., 

was president of the Medical 
Society of Virginia for the year 
1990-1991. He lives in Char- 
lottesville, where he is a profes- 
sor at the University of Virginia 
Medical School. 

E. RANDOLPH TRICE is 
now retired and dividing his 
time between his home in 
Richmond and his cottage in 
Northumberland County. 

1946 

CHARLES W. MERJUAM, 
JR., is enjoying his second year 
of retirement after over 41 
years in the insurance business. 
He and his wile have six grand- 
children, and he is active in 
several charitable organizations 
in his community of Burnt 
Hill, New York. 

ALLEN C. PHILLIPS has 
recently completed 40 years as 
a teacher and dean of students 
at Episcopal High School in 
Alexandria. 

il'S^4i 

Dr. CHARLES C. TALLEY 

was appointed to teach Bible 
and humanities at Florida 
Southern College, Port Char- 
lotte, Florida. He began his 
teaching duties in September, 
1991. He is also the pastor ot 
Buckingham Presbyterian 
Church in Fort Mvers. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



51 



WILLIAM F. WATKINS, 

JR., retired from his 28-year 
career as Prince Edward 
County's Commonwealth 
Attorney. His retirement 
ended 100 years of service in 
that office by him, his grand- 
father, and his uncle. He and 
his wife Norma live in 
Farmville. 

JACK A. GLASCOCK, 

retiring in June 1991 after 41 
years of teaching chemistry at 
Woodberry Forest School, was 
given the school's Distinguish- 
ed Service Award for the "ines- 
timable impact he has had on 
the lives of students during the 
past four decades." WFS's 
Board of Trustees Chairman 
John P. Castleman, Jr., 
described Glascock as "a 
demanding teacher whose high 
expectations awakened in [his 
students] the excitement of 
discover!'. By instilling in 
students the skills to question 
assumptions and draw conclu- 
sions based on what they 
observed, jack Glascock gave 
them tools for life that 
extended far beyond the chem- 
istry lab." 

Mr. Glascock, who attended 
Woodberr\' Forest School as a 
post-graduate, became a sports 
legend there in 1 942 when he 
scored a record five touch- 
downs against archrival Epis- 
copal High School. After grad- 
uating from Hampden-Sydney 
[summa cum laudeanA second 
in his class), he returned to 
Woodberry, where he not only 
taught chemistr\' but coached 
junior varsity and varsiu' loot- 
ball, baseball, and basketball. 

He said he would miss his 
students the most—not "the 
kids with the high IQs," but 
those "who will struggle and 
work with it." Although he 
and his wife Betr\' moved ofT 
the WFS campus in |une, they 
settled near the school's golf 
course. Mr. Glasscock, who 
has won six school golf cham- 
pionships, is spending his 



retirement working in his yard, 
seeing more of his grand- 
children, and "tr)'ing to 
improve my golf game." 

During March 1991, Dr. 
JAMES 'W. LUKE, JR., made 
his west coast conducting debut 
as guest conductor with the San 
Diego Symphony Orchestra. 
Dr. Luke is Professor of Music 
in the School of Fine Arts, 
Drake University in Des 
Moines, Iowa, and each 
summer joins the faculty of the 
Interlochen Center for the Arts 
in Michigan at their National 
Arts Camp. 



195® 

Dr. CLAUDIUS 
PRITCHARD, president of 
Man.'V'ille Universin- in St. 
Louis, will retire in June of 
1 992. Dr. Pritchard became 
president of Maryville College 
in 1977. During his tenure 
Maryville grew from 1 200 
students to over 3500 and 
achieved university status (June 
1991). Its endowment, 
$400,000 in 1976, has 
increased to $16 million. Dr. 
Pritchard, who holds a Ph.D. 
from Florida State University, 
went to Maryville from SuUins 
College (Bristol, Virginia), 
where he had served as Pres- 
ident. Before that, he was 
successively assistant to the 
president, business manager 
and treasurer, and vice pres- 
ident for development at 
Hampden-Sydney. 

ROBERT S. MATTHEWS is 

serving as Vice President ot the 
Tomball Center for Photog- 
raphy near Houston, Texas. 
The center is the only one in 
the Houston area which offers 
exhibitions, darkrooms, classes, 
and meetings about 
photography. 

HERBERT G. TULL III 
retired in May 1991 from his 
position as associate professor at 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 

ALUMNI ASSOCL\TION OFFICERS 

1991 - 1993 



Mr. John C. Ellis '70 
President 



Mr. W. David Paxton '76 
Vice President 



Mr. Donald P. Whitley '59 
Secretary 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY CLUB PRESIDENTS 1991 - 1992 



Alleghany Mountains Club 
Mr. William T. (Bill) Wilson '60 

Atlanta Club 

Mr. Gary M. Lane '70 

Augusta/Rockingham Club 
Mr. Travis J. (Ty) Tysinger '66 

Baltimore Club 

Mr. Peter A. (Toby) Hoblitzell HI 
"84 

Bluefield/Tazewell Club 
Mr. William A. (Bill) Gillespie 
'67 

Charleston SC Club 

Mr. Douglas B. (Doug) Lee '77 

Charleston WV Club 
Mr. R. Ford Francis '80 

Charlotte Club 

Mr. E. Judson (Judd) McAdams 
'77 

Charlottesville Club 
Mr. John E. Maddux '72 

Danville Club 

Mr. Robert H. (Bob) '"XTiitt.Jr. 
'78 

Eastern Carolina Club 

Mr. Armistead B. Mauck '86 

Eastern Shore VA Club 
Mr. Henn,' P. Custis, Jr. '67 

Fredericksburg Club 
Mr. D. Ian Valentine '77 

Halifa-x/South Boston Club 
Mr. J. William (Bill) Watson '77 



Lynchburg Club 

Mr. Walter C. (Mike) McDermott, 

Jr. '57 

Mattinsville Club 
Mr. Leon Agee (Chip) Lackey, 
Jr. '67 

Palmetto Club 

Mr. William D. (Billy) Blackford 
'79 

Peninsula Club 

Mr. Richard B, (Rick) Donaldson, 
Jr. '73 

Petersburg Club 

Dr. William J. (Bill) Phipps, Jr. 

'77 

Piedmont NC Club 
Mr. R. Brandt Deal '70 

Rappahannock Club 

Mr. Tristam T. (Tris) Hyde IV '62 

Richmond Club 

Mr. Christopher H. Daly '83 

Roanoke Club 

Mr. George (Deke) Summers, Jr. '67 

Southside Club 

Mr. Sumner R. Pugh, Jr. '57 

Tidewater Club 

Mr. Peter W. Smith '67 

Washington D.C. Club 
Mr. David S. Mercer '70 

Winchester Club 

Mr. Benjamin M. (Ben) Buder '63 



52 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



the Mechanical Engineering 
Department ot Louisiana Tech 
Universit}'. 

MARCELLUS E. 
WADDILL recently gave a 
lecture to the department of 
mathematics at the technical 
university in Braunschweig, 
Germany. In addition, he has 
been elected to The Order of 
Constantine, the honor organ- 
ization ot the Sigma Chi social 
fraternity. Dr. Waddili was this 
year's recipient of the alumni 
association's Faculty Prize for 
Community Service at Wake 
Forest University, where he is 
professor of mathematics. He 
was given the award for "his 
long and impressive record of 
service to Wake Forest Univer- 
sity and the Winston-Salem 
community. " 

1953 

W. TAYLOE MURPHY, JR., 

author of Virginia's Ches- 
apeake Bay Preservation Act, 
was re-elected to the 99th 
District House of Delegates 
seat in November, 1991. 
Opposed lor the first time since 
initially elected in 1981, 
Murphy won with 76.2% of 
the vote. An attorney in the 
town of Warsaw, he is a gradu- 
ate of the University of Virginia 
School of Law. He and his 
wife, Helen, live in Warsaw. 

11954 

GEORGE E. PILLOW, JR., 

who retired from active duty 
with the United States Navy in 
1984, is now a government 
business manager for the 
Raytheon Service Company in 
Virginia Beach. He and his 
wife, Suzette, have three chil- 
dren and live in Virginia Beach. 
The Honorable JEREM.H. 



A CORRECTION AND AN 
APOLOGVfor transposing the 
captions under the pictures of 
David L. Litchfield '54 and 
John D. McRae '69 in the 
Summer 1991 Record. 




W. William Wcitkins '48 

'WILLIS, JR., Judge, Court of 
Appeals ot Virginia, delivered a 
lecture in a series entitled "The 
Bill of Rights, The Courts and 
the Law " in November. The 
lecture, presented in Fred- 
ericksburg, was sponsored by 
the Virginia Foundation for 
Humanities and Public Policy. 

1956 

JAMES J. KEATING, JR., was 

recently informed that he holds 
the record for alumni awards in 
the Kappa Sigma social frater- 
nity. His work on the frater- 
nity's Graduate Counselor 
Selection Committee and 
Historical Commission and his 
service as Grand Master, 
District V, earned the Supreme 
Executive Committee's Service 
Medallion, Distinguished 
Service Commendation, Service 
Commendation, and Certif- 
icates of Service. 

1957 

In the spring of 1 99 1 , the 
Reverend Dr. EDGAR C. 
MAYSE became pastor of the 
Presbyterian Church in 
Churchville, Marv'land, the 
fourth pre-Revolutionary 
congregation he has served. 

Dr. WILLIAM L. ODOM, 
Chancellor and former Pres- 
ident of Bethel College in 
Tennessee, was named Vice 
President of Development of 
Habitat for Humanity Inter- 
national, an ecumenical Chris- 
tian organization that uses 




Jack A. Glasscock '49 

volunteer labor and donated 
materials to build low-cost 
housing for the indigent. Dr. 
Odom taught at Randolph- 
Macon and Hampden-Sydney 
Colleges and served as President 
and Dean at Keuka College, 
New York, before he became 
Bethel's President. He and his 
wife, Carol, live in McKenzie, 
Tennessee. 

19 61) 

WILLL\M T. SAUNDERS, 
JR., received the 1991 James C. 
Wheat, Jr., Community Service 
Award in recognition of the 
help he has given to the Boys 
and Girls Club of the Virginia 
Peninsula. A $500 contribution 
has been made in Saunders' 
name to the organization by 
Wheat, First Securities. Mr. 
Saunders, a senior vice pres- 
ident in the Hampton office, 
was nominated for the award 
by his fellow Wheat associates. 
In addition to his service with 
the Boys and Girls Club, he is 
on the board of the Christopher 
Newport Educational Founda- 
tion and the Peninsula Retail 
Merchants Association, and is a 
founding member of the 
Virginia Peninsula Metro- 
politan Studv Group. 
Dr. E. DOUGLAS 
VAUGHAN, JR., is minister of 
the First Presbyterian Church 
in Wilmington, North Caro- 
lina. He was profiled in the 
Wilmington Morning Star last 
May. 



19 63 

LO'WERY D. FINLEY III, of 

Virginia Beach, was elected 
director-at-large of the Inde- 
pendent Insurance Agents of 
Virginia for the 199^1992 
fiscal year. He is also president 
of Lowerv D. Finlev Co. 

C. FREDDY MITCHELL 
retired from teaching at Tabb 
High School in June 1991, but 
he still coaches the football 
team and is the Peninsula area 
representative for the Virginia 
State Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. 

19 65 

Dr. JOHN E. ANFIN, an asso- 
ciate professor at Winthrop 
College, Rock Hill, South 
Carolina, completed a Bachelor 
of Visual Arts degree at 
Winthrop in December 1990. 

T. DAVID HINTON is serv- 
ing a four-year term as mayor 
of Fair Haven, New Jersey. 
Hinton, his wife, Harriett, and 
rwo daughters. Amy and Sarah, 
have lived in Fair Haven since 
1979. 

The Reverend ROBERT L. 
MORRISS was ordained into 
the Unitarian-Universalist 
ministry in November 1990, 
and is now serving as an 
interim minister at the Unitar- 
ian Socien' of Germantown in 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

WILLL\M T. ANDERSON 

has been promoted to the rank 
of colonel in the Marine Corps 
Reserve. 

EDWARD A. BECK 
joined the Washington ofFice of 
the North Carolina law firm ot 
Smith Helms Mulliss and 
Moore. He left the American 
Petroleum Institute where he 
represented the petroleum 
industry on taxation and inter- 
national trade before the Senate 
Finance Committee, the Hou.se 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



53 



Wa)'s and Means Committee, 
and the House and Senate 
Budget Committees. Mr. 
Beck, a member of the Bar in 
Virginia and the District of 
Columbia, will supervise the 
firm's federal legislative and 
administrative practice. 

Dr. E. BLACKFORD 
NOLAND, JR., an internist at 
the Lewis-Gale clinic in Salem, 
became president of the 
Roanoke Valley Academy of 
Medicine in January 1991. 

W. TAYLOR BOONE, JR., 

announced the founding of the 
law firm Boone, Papadakis and 



Dinur in Atlanta. The firm 
specializes in international 
transactions and business law. 
In addition, Boone continues 
to act as Honorary Consul of 
Chile in Atlanta, and he has 
had an orphanage in Santiago 
named after him in recognition 
of his extensive charitable work 
on behalf of Chilean 
orphanages. 

DOUGLAS P. RUCKER, 
JR., partner in the Richmond 
law firm of Sands, Anderson, 
Marks & Miller, was elected 
Chairman ot the Board of 
Directors of the Central Rich- 
mond Association. The CRA 
has over 200 member busi- 
nesses and is dedicated to 



enhancing the economic, civic, 
and human vitalin' of the 
center of metropolitan Rich- 
mond and to creating a sound 
and expanding business envi- 
ronment in Richmond's 
downtown. 

19 69 

L. ANDERSON JACKSON, 
JR., has been appointed chair- 
person of the Psychology 
department at the University of 
North Carolina in Wilming- 
ton. He is also editor ot the 
North Carolina Psychologist. 



1.970 

MICHAEL J. ADELMAN was 

promoted to Technology 
Manager with Proctor and 
Gamble Distributing 
Company. In this assignment, 
he manages Proctor and 
Gamble's efforts to apply tech- 
nology and other resources in 
building business with its retail 
customers in New York. Mr. 
Adelman, his wite, and two 
children, reside in Delran, New 
Jersey. 

E. CARTER ELLIOT was 
promoted to Senior Physical 
Scientist at the U.S. Army 
Foreign Science and Techno- 
logy Center in Charlottesville. 



SONS OF ALUMNI IN THE CLASS OF 1995 

There arc 14 alumni sons in the class of 1993. 
Alumni also sent 16 cousins, 9 brothers, 1 1 nephews, 3 grandsons, 2 great grandsons, and 1 great-great grandson. 






Tyler Butler 

Winchester, Va. 

Benjamin Butler '63 



David Carter 

Richmond, Va. 

WilHam Carter '68 



Berkeley Edmunds 

Richmond, Va. 

Richard Edmunds, Jr. "53 



Adam Gillespie, Jr. 

Tazewell, Va. 

William Gillespie '67 



Michael Lane, Jr. 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Gary Lane, Sr. *70 



Peter Leggett. Jr. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Peter Leggcct '68 




Andrew Muggleworth 

Madbur>'. NH. 
David Muggleworth '67 



Jarrett Ramsey III 

Richmond, Va. 

Edward Ramsey, Jr. '69 



Dixon Rollins, Jr. 

Suffolk, Va. 
Dixon Rollins '65 



John Rosenbaum 

McLean, Va. 

Robert Rosenbaum '54 



Lyndsay Saffer 

Arlington, Va. 

Austin Saffer, Jr. '52 



Henr>' Shield I! 

Manakin-Sabot, Va. 

Henrv Shield '64 





Edmund Waddill III 

Wilson, N.C 

Edmund Waddill, Jr. '59 



\\ lUiani \ ancey 
Charlottes\ille, Va. 
Emmett Yancey '60 



54 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



He and his wife Ellen live in 
Charlottesville. 

1971 

JIM ALLEN, a sales repre- 
sentative for Astra Phar- 
maceuticals, was the company's 
top salesman last year. He has 
set a record by winning this 
distinction four times. His 
award was an all-expense-paid 
trip for two to Palau and 
Hawaii. 

Dr. F. STEPHEN ALEX- 
ANDER is the director and 
principal of Counseling Asso- 
ciates of Virginia, Inc. Dr. 
Alexander, who received his 
M.Ed, and Ph.D. in counseling 
from the University of Virginia, 
is also a lecturer with the 
University and has been a field 
instructor at Mary Baldwin 
College. He is Past-President 
of the Jefferson Counselors 
Association and Past-President 
and 1 989 Member of the Year 
of" the Virginia Association of 
Clinical Counselors. 

W. RICHARD KAY, JR., 
was promoted to Senior Coun- 
sel for Signet Bank in Rich- 
mond. A member of the 
American, Virginia, and Rich- 
mond Bar Associations, he 
received his J.D. degree from 
the T.C. Williams School of 
Law at the University of Rich- 
mond. Signet Banking Corpo- 
ration is a fijU-range banking 
and investment 
company with 
offices in 
Virginia, Mary- 
land, and the 
District of 
Columbia. 

GORDON C. 
NASH graduated 
from the National 
War College in 
June 1991 and 
reported to his 
new post with the 
Joint Special 
Operations 
Command in 
Fayetteville, N.C. 




CHARLES ADAMS 
PERRY became a partner in 
the Atlanta office of the law 
firm of Hunton & Williams. 
He specializes in environmental 
law. 

WALKER P. SYDNOR, 
JR., was elected to a one-year 
term on the Lynchburg College 
Board of Trustees. Sydnor, 
who is president of James A. 
Scott Insurance Co. in Lynch- 
burg, serves on the board of 
advisors to the Lynchburg 
College School of Business and 
is former chairman of the 
college's Associates Campaign. 
Past president of the Inde- 
pendent Insurance Agents of 
Lynchburg, he chaired the 
United Way Pace Setter 
campaign in 1989. 

ROBERT W. WOLTZ, 
JR., was appointed Senior Bell 
Adantic Representative and 



1992 TIGER FOOTBALL 



Sept. 
Sept. 



12 
19 



Sept. 26 



Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



3 
10 

17 
24 
31 

7 
14 



Centre H 

Guilford H 
PARENTS WEEKEND 

Union H 

Bridgewater A 

Emory & Henry H 
HOMECOMING 

Washington & Lee A 

Wesley A 

Davidson H 
HALL OF FAME 

Methodist A 

Randolph-Macon H 



All home games start at 1:30 pin. 




Carter Elliott 



Director ot Operations of 
Normobil, AS. Normobil is a 
joint venture company formed 
by Bell Atlantic and Norvans, a 
Norwegian firm, to construct a 
nationwide cellular network in 
Norway. Mr. Woltz, his wife, 
Pam, and their two children 
moved from Fairfax Station to 
Oslo during the summer. 

as)7S 

EDWARD C. IRBY, JR., is 

Vice President of Operations 
and Executive Director for 
The Pines Residential Tteat- 
ment Center in Hampton 
Roads. He is married and has 
two children. 

C. MICHAEL JOHNSON 
was promoted to Public Affairs 
Officer for the U.S. Army 
Information Systems Engi- 
neering Command at Ft. 



Huachuca in southern Arizona, 
the Army center responsible for 
the service's information 
systems, including communica- 
tions and command and 
control. 

After participating in Opera- 
tion Desert Storm, Dr. 
BROCKTON A. LIVICK 
returned to private dental prac- 
tice in Richmond. 

CRAIG OSTH, a Foreign 
Service Officer, was transferred 
from the U.S. Embassy in 
Brasilia, Brazil, to Mexico City, 
Mexico. His wife and two chil- 
dren accompanied him. 



1974 



1993 TIGER FOOTBALL 

iTENTATlVE) 

Sept. 1 1 Muhlenberg 

Sept. 18 Clinch Valley 

Sept. 25 Guilford 

Oct. 2 Bridgewater 

PARENTS WEEKEND 

Oct. 9 Emory & Henry A 

Oct. 16 Washington & Lee H 
HOMECOMING 

Oct. 23 Catholic A 

Oct. 30 Davidson A 

Nov. 6 Mediodist H 

HALL OF FAME 

Nov. 13 Randolph-Macon A 
.4// home games start at 1:30 ftn. 



T. DOUGLASS JONES III 

was appointed to the local 
board of directors of Southern 
National Bank of North Caro- 
lina. He is a partner in the law 
firm ot Gibbons, Cozart, Jones, 
James, Hughes, Sallenger, and 
Taylor. Jones, his wife, Susan, 
and their two children live in 
Wilson, North Carolina. 

R. KELLY SHERIDAN was 
named treasurer ot the Rhode 
Island Bar Association. His 
one-year term began on July 1 , 
1991. Mr. Sheridan, a graduate 
of the University of Virginia 
School of Law, is a partner in 
the firm ot Roberts, Carroll, 
Feldstein & Peirce. He is also a 
member of the Rhode Island 
Supreme Court Disciplinary 
Board. He and 
his wife, attorney 
Constance A. 
Howes, live in 
Providence with 
their two 
children. 



1975 



KENNETH E. 
POWELL, a part- 
ner with the firm 
of Hazel & 
Fhomas in Rich- 
mond, was 
appointed by 
Governor L. 
Douglas Wilder 
to the Board of 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • 55 



Willi 
Hoffr 



Alumni Profile 

liam 
man 
'49, Writer 

Justin Hayden Woelper '92 
and Todd Moose '92 

Even over the telephone HofF- 
man's humiUty and frank 
open-heartedness are inviting. 
One quickly senses, though, 
that beneath the easy-going 
banter an elemental, inner 
flame singes his mellow edges. 
When asked what three words 
best describe him, he unhesitat- 
ingly answers, "retiring, hot- 
tempered, and sensitive." 

Hoffman's study in his well- 
lived-in antebellum home, 
Wynard, is a wood-paneled 
sanctum where he can free 
himself from social obligation 
and conformity. He has said he 
becomes a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. 
Hyde when he closes the door. 
"Most people are 
two people, and 
some are many 
more. When I 
walk into that 
room, I become a 
persona that only I 
know." This 
change he attrib- 
utes not to a 
power within 
himself but rather 
to influences 
bevond human 
limitations: "I 
believe in the 
Muses, that they 
talk to me and 
that I have to 
listen to them. It 
comes when I sit 
down at a type- 
writer. I don't 
worry about it or 
try to explain it. 
I just listen." 

Claiming super- 
natural inspiration 
for writing is rare 



in an age in which publicity 
and money are prime moti- 
vators. Hoffman's work has not 
earned great commercial success 
because he has deliberately 
stayed outside the limelight. 
"I have not belonged to any 
group of writers, where there is 
a lot of you-help-me and I- 
help-you, and I have stayed 
away from New York, where 
things are trendy." 

Hofifman has lived the retir- 
ing lifestyle of the Virginia 
gentry since he moved to Char- 
lotte Court House in 1964. A 
native of West Virginia, he 
served three years in the Army 
in Worid War II. And his 
major regret goes back to his 
days in the War: "I wish some- 
how I had not been colorblind 
so that I could have flown a 
fighter plane — not a transport 
plane — a fighter plane." 

On his return to the States, 
Hoffman graduated Phi Beta 
Kappa from Hampden-Sydney 
in 1949. He taught at the 
College from 1952 to 1959, 
returning in 1964 for a seven- 
year stay as writer-in-residence. 



Today, he spends his time on 
his fifty-acre estate, writing. 

But Hoffman has no regrets 
for the fame he may have 
missed by choosing a life in 
rural Virginia, and he looks to 
the importance and quality of 
the writing itself, not to the 
quality of life that it can give: 
"I have felt that if I write the 
best I can, sometime, some- 
where, it will be appreciated." 

His writing has not gone 
unnoticed. Days in the Yellow 
Leaf was named one of the best 
books of 1958 by the New York 
Times. Hoffman says that his 
second novel. The Tnimpet 
Unbloivn, was "an astonishing 
success." In a 1985 review. 
Randy Hallman praised 
Godfires, in which "every char- 
acter of any significance has his 
own inner flame." 

Hoffman is able to ignite 
this flame in his characters 
because he writes about the 
people and issues that are 
important to him. But manv of 
the topics he thinks important 
are not the sensationalized ones 
that make money. 




For instance, Hoffman sees a 
distinct difference between the 
values that American society 
and the literary establishment 
place on religion, a theme that 
runs through his writing. 
"Religion is extremely impor- 
tant to most Americans . . . yet 
as a fictional subject it is prac- 
tically ignored. It is a fasci- 
nating area for a writer. It is 
important [but] the secular 
society we live in treats it as 
contemptuous and trivial. And 
I take opposition to that view." 
Without hesitation, he chooses 
Jesus Christ as the one person 
in history with whom he'd wish 
to talk. He simply says, "It 
would resolve a lot of 
questions." 

Hoffman has several projects 
in the works: one novel in New 
York, another just finished, a 
third that he is rewriting 
because he is "not satisfied with 
it," and a short story collection. 

Hoffman will visit the Hill 
during Writers Week in April, 
co-sponsored by the Depart- 
ment of English and the 1992 
Garnet. Hofifman has had a 
long association 
with the Garnet; in 
fact, he was first 
published in the 
May 1948 edition. 
And in 1952 he 
spurred its revival, 
under the original 
name, as a semi- 
annual publica- 
tion. He has not 
read his work here 
since 1988. 

Hassell Simp- 
son, professor of 
English, says, "As a 
superb student 
and a fine teacher, 
Mr. Hofifman has 
already made 
significant contri- 
butions to the 
literary life of the 
College; this will 
be one more in a 
long string of 
benefits to us from 
our association 
with him." 



56 



THE RECORD OE HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Whiter 1992 



Directors of the State Educa- 
tional Assistance Authority. 
The SEAA obtains long-term, 
low-cost educational loans 
from Virginia lenders for resi- 
dents of Virginia to attend 
college at approved schools 
throughout the United States. 

JAMES C. WHEAT III was 
appointed to the Board ot 
Directors of WFS in 
Richmond. 

1976 

F. LEE BROWN, JR., 

returned to Harrison Corpora- 
tion's South Florida office after 
spending a year and a half with 
the company's division in 
Research Triangle, North Caro- 
lina. Brown is a principal engi- 
neer in the operating systems 
software development group. 

MICHAEL B. CARROLL 
accepted the position of Corpo- 
rate Purchasing Manager with 
MTM Chemicals, Inc, in 
Charlotte, North Carolina. He 
and JOHN SELLERS '90 are 
working in the same office. 
Carroll, his wife, and their one 
year-old son, Christopher, 
moved to Charlotte from 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

JOHN C. GA'iTE, JR., 
became a partner in the Rich- 
mond law firm of Freed & 
Haskins, PC. The firm has since 
been renamed Freed, Haskins, 
& Gayle, PC. 

B. ELLIOTT BONDURANT 

has been named senior warden 
at St. John's Episcopal Church 
in West Point, where he is a 
partner in the law firm of 
Hudson & Bondurant, PC. 

ALBERT M. HUNT, JR., 
has been working tor Baxter 
Healthcare Corporation since 
1986 and has served as an 
Operations Manager in 
Chicago, Cleveland, and San 
Francisco. In 1990, he trans- 
ferred to sales, and is a sales 
representative in Memphis for 
Baxter's Scientific Products 
Division. He is still active with 




T. Douglass Jones 74 

the Marine Reserves and was 
selected for promotion to the 
grade of Major. 

Dr. JOHN A. MARTIN, 
JR., was named Medical Direc- 
tor for Sports Medicine at St. 
Joseph Hospital in Reading, 
Pennsylvania. 

ROBERT TAYLOE ROSS 
and 'WILLLU1 F. SE'^TVIOUR 
rV have formed a legal partner- 
ship. Cherry, Abady, Seymour 
& Ross, in Richmond. They 
specialize in business, commer- 
cial, insurance, ;ind estate law. 

J. KENDRICK WOOD- 
LEY III was named editor of 
The Fiirmville Herald. He also 
won first place tor feature writ- 
ing and second place tor 
column writing in the Virginia 
Press Association's writing 
competition. (See ahinuii profile 
on page 57.) 




R. Kelly Sheridan 74 

VINCENT G. THOMAS 

was named National Sales 
Manager and Dealer of the 
Year (1990-91) for Silent 
Knight Security Systems, the 
third largest manufacturer ot 
electronic security systems in 
the world. He works for Johns 
Brothers Security Systems, 
Virginia's largest independent 
securirv' companv, in Norfolk. 
M. BRYAN BEECROFT 
III '80: See note under Benja- 
min Willis '42. 

19 Bl 

MICHAEL C. D'AGATA is 

an attorney in Matthews, 
North Carolina. He and wife, 
Jane, have one child, Jamison 
Michael D'Agata, who was 



From lefi: Major Leivis, Captain Feehan, Colonel Booth, 

Captain Wesley Schuessler '81, and Major Anchundia 

in Daharahn, Saudi Arabia, during Operation Desert Shield. 




born in July 1990. 

Captain WESLEY 
SCHUESSLER was stationed 
in Daharahn, Saudi Arabia 
from September 1, 1990, to 
April 1 , 1991. He was one of 
three Air Force Defense Attor- 
neys in the theatre who 
defended those who defended 
Kuwait. Captain Schuessler 
was responsible for the Air 
Force Bases in the Eastern 
Province of Saudi Arabia and 
Baharan. 

19B2 

BLAKE P. AUCHMOODY, 
JR., has been promoted to 
Senior Financial Analyst in the 
New York office of Philip 
Morris, U.S.A. 

FRANK T. HODGES is 
working for McClendon 
Trucking Co. in Lafayette, 
Alabama. He and his wife. 
Donna, have two children, five- 
year-old Justin and one-year- 
old Ashlev. 

Dr. EDMOND A. 
HOOKER is Assistant Profes- 
sor with the Department of 
Emergency Medicine at the 
Universit)' ot Louisville in 
Louisville, Kentucky. 

LE'WIS D. KELLEY, JR., 
has been promoted to Quality 
Improvement Manager tor 
Westvaco Corporation in 
Columbus, Georgia. 

RICHARD P.\eGGETT, 
M.D. entered private practice 
in general psvchiatrv' in associa- 
tion with the Southeastern 
Counseling Center in 
Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is 
living in Hixson with his wife, 
Angela, and their three chil- 
dren, David, Rebecca, and 
Amv. 

LEONARD O. MILLS is 
an economist tor the Federal 
National Mortgage Association, 
in Washington, D.C. 

19S3 

F. ANDREW COOK III was 
promoted to vice president of 
Wachovia Bank in Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



57 



Ml 



umiii 



Profile 



J. Kendrick 
Woodley iii 
79, Editor 



Like his father, Jim "59, and his 
brother, BiU '89, Ken Woodley 
'79, editor of The Farmville 
Herald, is a city man who is 
able to appreciate the signif- 
icance of life in Southside 
Virginia. He came to 
Hampden-Sydney from Rich- 
mond (where he had written a 
few articles for the Douglas 
Freeman High School news- 
paper). He began to practice 
his craft at Hampden-Sydney, 
as business manager and 
columnist for the Tiger, editor 
of the student government 
newsletter, and a contributor to 
the Garnet. After graduation, 
though, he decided not 

to go back to the ciry 

and a bigger newspaper 
but to stay in Farmville, 
perhaps in part because 
he had been born there 
while his father was at 
Hampden-Sydney. 

Woodley has moved 
up through the ranks 
quickly since he joined 
the staff of The Fannville 
Herald in June 1979 as a 
general assignment news 
reporter covering Buck- 
ingham County. He 
began to cover Prince 
Edward County and 
Farmville, becoming 
news editor in 1985. Last 
January he became 
editor. Ironically, he 
never wrote a news story 
until he took the job 
with the Herald; none- 
theless he has distin- 
guished himself with his 
news, feature, and edito- 
rial writing. Six months 
after joining the staff, he 
won a first-place award 
for feature writing from 
the Virginia Press Asso- 
ciation. He has since 



won fourteen VPA awards tor 
writing, including first place 
awards for stories about Dr. 
Alan Farrell's return to Viet- 
nam — which judges said was 
unlike anything they had ever 
read before — and Dr. Paul 
Jagasich's swim across the 
English Channel. 

Locally, Woodley is perhaps 
best known for his blunt, hard- 
hitting editorials, lately decry- 
ing the state's ignorance of 
rural communities' wants and 
needs. Woodley and The 
Herald hawe taken a firm stance 
against reapportioning state 
senate districts, claiming that 
the governor's new districts 
give rural Virginia in general — 
and the Farmville area in 
particular — less of a voice in 
government. Woodley takes his 
editorial duties seriously. He 
says there is an "awesome sense 
ot responsibility, " so he tries to 
think clearly and see both sides 
ot every issue, realizing that a 
person will "thoughtfully 
consider an editorial if the 



editorial is thoughthilly consid- 
ered, even if somebody disa- 
grees with my opinion. You 
need a carrot with the stick 
because you accomplish noth- 
ing if you cannot entice those 
on the other side of an issue to 
consider your argument. Some- 
times you do 'damn the torpe- 
does,' but you cannot do so 
constantly or the explosions 
will lose their effect. Whenever 
it is deserved you must treat 
opposing opinions with 
dignity. A great deal of 
thought goes into it." Living in 
a small town, however, means 
remembering that his readers 
are also his neighbors. "You 
have to have a conscience. 
Everybody is somebody's 
mother, lather, son, or daugh- 
ter — everybody is a human 
being. You have to realize that 
what you write can significantly 
afi^ect the way they are viewed 
in the community." 

Woodley believes that he is a 
better journalist because 
Hampden-Sydney's tough 




liberal arts curriculum instilled 
in him a curiosit)- about the 
world of ideas and their conse- 
quences. The single most effec- 
tive course, he says, was Larry 
Martin's semester of Heming- 
way, because the professor 
required a paper on each 
novel — not a book report, but 
an original and thoughtful trea- 
tise on some theme or quirk. 
"He didn't tell us how to think 
or make us react to the novels 
the way he, or all the critics, 
had. It was intimidating at first 
but then extremely liberating. 
The class wasn't regurgative 
assimilation of preconceived 
notions. He sent us out into 
the woods without a compass. 
It was an intellectual survival 
course. That's teaching. That's 
learning. And that, for me, is 
what's best about Hampden- 
Sydney and why I feel the 
College has gone on teaching 
me long after graduation. " 

Woodley also has a creative 
side, expressed in his column 
"Rafterthoughts," a series of 
amusing philosophical 
meditations. He has also 

I published a book of 
poetr)'. The Ghost Behind 
Your Eyes, begun as an 
independent study 
course at Hampden- 
Sydney. 

Woodley and The 
Hei'ald piny a vital role in 
the community, speaking 
out for the unique needs 
of rural Virginia, which 
has "a lot of odds stacked 
against it." While he 
could probably go on to 
better jobs at bigger 
papers, Woodley and his 
wife and two children 
seem to be happy in 
Farmville. "It's really 
nice to feel you can be 
trusted with things. A lot 
ot people trust me, and I 
hope I won't let them 
down. Life is as impor- 
tant for people who live 
in the country as for 
those in the cir\'. We are 
the only paper that cares 
about this communit)' 
and the only paper that 
writes about them and 
for them. " 



58 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 199z 



H. HITER HARRIS III 

and Christopher H. Williams 
have founded Harris Williams 
& Co., a firm specializing in 
providing financial advice and 
services for small businesses. 
When the two men worked for 
Bowles Hollowell Conner & 
Co., in Charlotte, North Caro- 
lina, Mr. Harris says, they 
noticed that the large firm was 
not set up to handle small 
accounts efFiciently and 
decided to go after that niche 
market. With headquarters in 
Richmond, Harris Williams & 
Co. offers valuations, develop- 
ment of business plans, private 
placements of debt and equity, 
acquisition searches, and 
management ot private sales. 

Dr. CHARLES F. 
MARTIN, Chief of Emer- 
gency Medicine at Fort Stew- 
art, Georgia, was listed in Who 's 
Who Among Physicians of Amer- 
ica. Dr. Martin graduated 
from Eastern Virginia Medical 
School in 1987 and completed 
his emergency medicine resi- 
dency at Madigan Army Medi- 
cal Center, Tacoma, Washing- 
ton, in 1990. He took part in 
Operations Desert Shield and 
Desert Storm with the 24th 
Infantry Division (Mech) from 
August 1990 to March 1991 in 
Saudi Arabia and Iraq. 

RICHARD WILLIAMS 
crewed on an 88-toot schooner 
sailing this past summer from 
Bermuda to Baltimore. 

BENJAMIN J. WILLIS III 
'83: See note under Boijamin 
WUlis '42. 

SUTTON P. BALDWIN was 

promoted to the position of 
personnel and labor relations 
manager at Westvaco's Coving- 
ton mill. Before joining the 
staff' of Westvaco in 1988, he 
worked for Memorial Hospital 
of Martinsville. 

W. CHARLES BLOCKER, 
JR., was elected vice president 
in the corporate banking group 
at Wachovia Bank in Raleigh. 




Jamie Painter '66 (second from right) shoivs the Hampden-Sydney 
class ring he lost 23 years ago on Pet Banks Jesser 's (second from left) 
family farm near Leiuishurg, West Virginia. When Rich Peterson, a 
local resident, found the ring last fall, he showed it to Lewishurg 
barber Gene Flanagan (left). Flanagan called alumnus John Mont- 
gomery '58 (right), who, with the help of Hampden-Sydney alumni 
director John Waters '58, traced the ring to its owner. Painter, who 
now Hues in Hume. Virginia, lost the ring on April 23, 1968 (when 
he was 23 years old), while giving a pre-wedding party for Pet 
Banks and her fiance, Fred Jesser. 



ALFRED H. CARNEY, 
JR., is a vice president at Bank- 
ers Trust of North Carolina. 
He has been a commercial loan 
and business development offi- 
cer with Bankers Trust in 
Greensboro since 1988. 

RANDOLPH C. 
HARRELL is living in Wash- 
ington, D.C., and is working in 
commercial real estate. He is a 
vice president for Smithy- 
Braedon. 

CLYDE B. KELLY was 
promoted to claim supervisor 
for State Farm Insurance 
Company in Norfolk. He and 
his wife, Christine, who works 
at Earl Palmer Brown Adver- 
tising, moved to Virginia Beach 
in 1991. 

In August 1991, JOSEPH 
H. METZGER III was 
ordained a Roman Catholic 
priest by Bishop Walter F. 
Sullivan of the Catholic 
Diocese of Richmond. Father 
Metzger studied for the priest- 
hood at Pontifical Gregorian 
University in Rome, and served 
as Deacon to Pope John Paul II 
during last Easter's Pontifical 
Mass in St. Peter's Square. He 



had completed assignments at 
St. Mary's Hospital and the 
Church of the Epiphany in 
Richmond and at St. Joseph 
Catholic Church in Petersburg. 
He is now serving as parochial 
vicar of St. Andrew Catholic 
Church in Roanoke. 

1986 

FREDERIC H. cox III is a 

commercial realtor in Rich- 
mond and was named Million 
Dollar Producer for the second 
year in a row. He is also a 
member of the Hanover Rotarv 
Club. 

ANTHONY THOMAS 
PICKETT, JR., is married to 
Lisa Saul (a 1 98 1 graduate of 
Mary Baldwin and an exchange 
student at Hampden-Sydney) 
and is working as a nutritional 
consultant at Aris Health 
Market in Atlanta. Lisa is a hair 
and make-up artist for adver- 
tising and television. 

Although a mathematics major 
at H-S,''W1LLIAM R. (RICK) 



CALDWELL attended South- 
west Baptist Theological Semi- 
nary after graduation. Now an 
ordained minister, he is the 
new pastor of Concord Baptist 
Church in Sheppards. 

RICHARD W. DAVIS, 
JR., is living in Fairfield and is 
working as an assistant football 
coach at the Virginia Militar)' 
Institute. 



9 



8i 



ARCHIBALD (CHIP) 
HARDY rV is working in 
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 
as a commercial loan officer for 
C&S Bank. 



19 89 

G. L. JEFFREYS GREENE is 

Director of" Annual Giving/ 
Alumni at the Severn School in 
Severna Park, Maryland, coor- 
dinating all alumni activities, 
the annual giving program, and 
other events. Severn School is a 
college preparatory school 
enrolling bovs and girls in 
grades six through twelve. He 
had been assistant director of 
annual giving at Hampden- 
Sydney. 

MICHAEL E. MOORE is a 
field service representative for 
Ecolochem, Inc., an inter- 
national water purification 
company. He has travelled all 
over the countrv', setting up 
water demineralization systems. 

GORDON E. PARKER, 
JR., a specialist in business and 
group insurance tor New York 
Lite in Nortolk, qualified as an 
Executive Council Agent in his 
first year with the company. 
He lives in Virginia Beach. 

TIMOTH'^J. WAREis 
working as a junior software 
engineer in the micro-systems 
development group of Retrieval 
Systems Corporation in 
Arlington. 

GEORGE W. (BILL) 
YURGAITIS, JR., works as an 
investigator in the Universal 
Investigation and FTS2000 
Units of AT&T in Manassas. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



59 



Alumni Profile 

Jeff Berry 
'82, Soldier 



War, soldiers say, is weelcs ot 
boredom punctuated by 
moments ot terror and 
exhilaration. 

Wayne Jefferson Berry "82, 
father of five children, captain 
in the Army, medical doctor, 
and paratrooper, should know. 
Deployed to Saudi Arabia in 
September 1990, he stayed in 
the Gulf until April 1991. 

War, boring? Well, yes, in a 
way. "While the war made 
good TV," says Berry, "the 
images don't tell of the 
most challenging aspect of 
war, the challenge of 
remaining sharp despite 
incredible boredom and the 
agony of waiting." In the 
Gult, the troops did abide 
by that old Army proce- 
dure: hurry up and wait. 
But, as the days crawled by, 
bringing only pesky flies 
and predictions oi massive 
American casualties, the 
ennui became oppressive 
anxiety. Like the others, 
Berry became 



>V^. 



engaged in a struggle against 
the demons of self-doubt who 
can convince us, if we let them, 
that we will run or hide when 
the time comes to fight. "It was 
difficult to maintain a state of 
perpetual readiness — easy to let 
down your guard, question 
yourself and your abilities," he 
admits. 

It was almost a relief when 
combat finally began. Berry 
welcomed the end, good or 
bad, of doubt: "In ways more 
civilized men than I may not 
understand, the start of the 
conflict brought relief Relief 
from another day passed on the 
edge of anticipation. For those 
of us who know that 'the heart 
of man is desperately wicked' 
and that men have waited tor 



battles before, the beginning of 
the shooting provided a break 
in the monotony. For some it 
was a chance to flex some 
muscle, for others a chance to 
learn something about 
themselves." 

Berry, who served as a flight 
surgeon for an aviation intel- 
ligence unit, tells ot flying 
through oil clouds so thick they 
blocked out the sun. And of 
losing a best friend. But the 
real terror of the Gulf War lay 
in what could have happened: 
"There was always the potential 
for something more awful, and 
the potential, too, for an enor- 
mous amount of destruction. 
True, we did not need all the 
cold storage space arranged for 
the anticipated mounds of 
dead, but the 
threat was real." 
On the other 
hand, there is the 
danger now of 
becoming "cocky 
or overconfident." 



"We deployed round the globe 
and spent six months preparing 
to fight an enemy who did not 
really fight back," he insists. 
"Did we break his spirit? It was 
broken, but not by us. Taking 
credit for more will lead us to 
be unprepared for the next 
conflict where blood (not oil) 
may flow more freely." 

Because actual combat was 
short-lived and casualties rela- 
tively few, it is easy to mislead 
ourselves about the seriousness 
of the war in the Persian Gulf 
Berry recognizes, though, the 
real cost: "Whether by accident 
or action the troops who died 
were serving as volunteers; . . . 
they went to a strange land and 
paid the price anticipated by 
many, but extracted from few. 
Those who died in the Gulf 
paid no less terrible a price, and 
what the soldiers did there was 
no less important, than what 
soldiers did in other, more 
protracted wars. Let us recall 
those few in number but great 
in spirit who died serving the 
land thev love." 




,,,..... ,.<f« f 




;y 



Jejf Berry '82, tratislated fi-om the 
heat of Saudi Arabia to the cold of 
Keflavik, Iceland, in his 1991 
redeployment (top); with his wife Beth 
(left); and with his four oldest children 
on a jungle trek (above). 



y^^i 



60 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 199z 



FTS2000 is the contract 
between A l&T and the 
General Services Administra- 
tion which provides certain 
agencies with their communica- 
tions needs. 

SCOTT BROOKS is teaching 
algebra and geometry at 
Darlington School in Rome, 
Georgia. He also coaches 8th- 
grade football and middle 
school wrestling. 

THOMAS H. CAW- 
THON, JR., is also working at 
the Darlington School in 
Rome, Georgia. He teaches 
chemistry and coaches 8th- 
grade football and basketball. 

ADAM GRABOWSKI is 
teaching English at the Amer- 
ican Academy ot Language in 
Madrid, Spain. 

FRANK R. JONES III lives 
in Virginia Beach. He is a 
soccer coach and history 
teacher at Nansemond-Suffolk 
Academy. 

CHRIS MARTHINSON is 
working for a professor at the 
University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill and living in Carr- 
boro. North Carolina. He was 
previously working for Green- 
peace Action in Washington, 
D.C. 

ROBERT C. DEARNLEY 

moved to Kodiak, Alaska, after 
graduation and is a production 
manager for Alaska On Shore 
Fisheries, an international 
seafood export company. 



Advanced Studies 

PAUL T. PATTERSON 

received his MBA from Lynch- 
burg College in June 1 99 1 . 

G. S. (TRIP) HOBBS III 

received his M.S. in education 
administration from Old 
Dominion University in 
August 1991. He teaches 
honors English and coaches 
basketball at Nansemond- 
Suffolk Academy in Suffolk. 

1:9 BE 

L. RUCKER SNEAD III 

received a Master of Arts in 
history from Appalachian State 
University in August 1991. He 
lives in Boone, North Carolina. 

D. RICHARD HARRIS II 

graduated June 6, 1991, from 
Harvard Graduate School ot 
Business Administration. He is 
an operations finance analyst 
with Dole Foods International 
in San Jose, Costa Rica. 

aDS3 

PHILLIP L. BEARD, who 

had been working as music 
director at WFLO in Farmville 
and at the Rose Bower Vine- 
yard, began graduate studies in 
English at the University of 
Virginia in August 1991. He 
lives in Charlottesville. 

JOHN C. DICKINSON 
ha« completed his MBA from 
the University of Virginia's 
Darden School of Business. 
Following graduation, he 
accepted a position in Colum- 
bus, Indiana, with Cummins 
Engine Company as a market- 
ing support manager. His wife, 
Wendy, reports that they have 
settled into their new home, 
taken up golt, and have an 
Airedale terrier named Dixie. 



"We miss our friends in 
Virginia, but we are happy here 
in Indiana, " she says. 

JAMES G. GAMBLE, JR., 

received his Master's degree in 
computer science from Virginia 
Polytechnic Institute and State 
Universit)' in December 1991. 
His thesis title was "Explicit 
Parallel Programming. ' 

PAULG. PIERPAOLI.JR., 
passed his Doctoral General 
Examinations in June 1991 
and is teaching at The Ohio 
State University. Last summer 
he spent two weeks at the 
Harry S. Truman Presidential 
Library and Research Institute, 
where he research for his docto- 
ral dissertation. 

19^85 

JOEL C. HUTCHESON 

graduated with honors from 
Vanderbilt University School 
of Medicine in May 1989. 
While at Vanderbilt, he was 
student body president and 
served on the Honor Council 
for four years. He completed 
his internship in general 
surgery at Vanderbilt Affiliated 
Hospitals in June 1990 and 
served as Senior Medical Offi- 
cer aboard the USS Wasp, 
which deployed to the Medi- 
terranean Sea in June 1991. 
FRANK L. WHEELER 
received his MBA from the 
Wharton School at the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania in August 
1991. He works in the Brand 
Management department of 
Procter & Gamble and lives in 
Cincinnati. 

■WILLIAM L. BALL III is 
enrolled in the MBA program 
of the University of North 
Carolina at Chapel Hill. He 
expects to receive his degree in 
May 1992. Before going to 
Chapel Hill, Bali worked four 
years for First Union National 
Bank in Charlotte and was 



promoted to assistant vice 
president. 

In 1990 CHARLES A. 
FINCHER graduated from 
the Marshall-Wythe School of 
Law at the College of William 
& Mary, where he had been 
Student Bar Association Pres- 
ident and a member of the Inns 
of Court. He lives in Culpeper. 

RICHARD E. KURTZ 
graduated from the University 
of Richmond Law School in 
May 1990. He is now an attor- 
ney for the U.S. Patent and 
Trademark Office and lives in 
Arlington. 

E. 'WINSTON MORRIS, 
JR., an attorney with the firm 
of Smith & Bradsher in 
Yanceyville, North Carolina, 
graduated from the University 
of Mississippi School of Law in 
May 1990. 

SASHA RABCHEVSKY won 

a $ 1 5,000 annual grant from 
the Rick Hanson Man-in- 
Motion Legacy Fund to do 
spinal cord research at the 
University of Florida. This is 
the first time the award has 
been given to a graduate 
student at the Medical School. 
He lives in Gainesville. 

ROBERT H. 'WELL- 
BORN, JR., earned an MBA 
from Vanderbilt in 1989 and is 
working in Dallas for the Bank 
of the Southwest. He also helps 
with the junior high youth 
department at Highland Park 
Presbyterian Church. 

TIMOTHY L. MAYO gradu- 
ated from the T.C. Williams 
School of Law at the University 
of Richmond in May 1991 and 
passed the West Virginia State 
Bar examination. He is now an 
associate with the law firm ot 
Spilman, Thomas, Battle & 
Klostermeyer in Charleston, 
West Virginia. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



61 



WILLIAM MARTIN STAN- 
LEY attends the District of 
Columbia School of Law and 
works as a law clerk for the 
firm of Gilbert K. Davis & 
Associates in Vienna. 

Lt. ROBERT B. BABCOCK, 

USMC, graduated last summer 
from The Basic School in 
Quantico. The 26-week course 
included instruction in land 
navigation, marksmanship, 
tactics, military law, personnel 
administration, Marine Corps 
histor)' and traditions, commu- 
nications, and the techniques of 
military instruction. 

Lt. JOE T. MINNIECE, 
USMC, completed the Marine 
OflPicers Basic School at Quan- 
tico and graduated from the 
Marine Supply School. He is 
Assistant Supply Officer of the 
2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd 
Marine Division, Camp 
Lejeune, North Carolina. 

SCOTT F. POOLE is 
working for an M.A. in educa- 
tion at George Washington 
University. He is also working 
part time at the Museum of 
American History in Washing- 
ton, D.C. 




Barbara and Harold Harris '88 



Marriages 



as^75 



ROBERT L. CUMBL\ 

married Amy Bruce Cavedo in 
Richmond on March 23, 199L 
Amy is a graduate of VCU, 
Richmond, and is in the film 
production business with 
Mirage Productions in Rich- 
mond. Robert is the vice- 
president of Coastal Lumber 
International, Inc., in Weldon, 
North Carolina. 

197 3 

PAUL ENGLISH SMITH 
married Rosemary Kearns on 
March 9, 1 99 L Barry L. 
Riddle '78 was best man. Paul 
is a vice-president of legal 
services at Cabell Huntington 
Hospital, Inc., Huntington, 
West Virginia, and Rosemary is 
a registered nurse. 

DAVID H. FLETCHER 

married Paula Falbo on 
September 22, 1990, at St. 
Mary's Church in Alexandria. 
David works for Gannon, 
Cottrell and Ward, PC, as an 
associate attorney. 



IS>^4 



Dr. ROBERT W. GFVEN, a 

resident in urology at the Medi- 
cal College of Virginia Hospi- 
tal, married Elizabeth Blair 
Sellers on September 14, 1991, 
in Richmond. Keith B. Slat- 
tum '84 and Jeffrey R. Rich- 
ardson '84 were groomsmen. 

MICHAUX RAINE FV 

married Mary Martha Stewart 
on May 25, 1991, in Norfolk. 
Hampden-Sydney alumni who 
participated in the ceremony 
included Robert W. Huit- 
slander, Jr., '85, Phillip Brad- 
ley Young '85, and the groom s 
father, Michaux Raine III '57. 
Raine is employed by Andersen 
Consulting in Atlanta. 

193 6 

PAUL L. BOGER married 
Vivien Moorhouse on Julv 12, 
1991. They live in Philadel- 
phia, where Paul is a third-year 
dentiil student at the Universirv 
of Pennsylvania. 

JOHN R. CARUSO 
married Kimberly A. Whitting- 
ham, on October 19, 1991, in 
Madison, Connecticut. Last 



July, John started his residency 
in neurosurgery' at the Medical 
College of Hampton Roads. 

JOHN V. FENICE married 
Angle Amendola on June 1 5, 
1991, in Long Island, New 
York. 

G. RANDOLPH "WEBB, 
JR., married Lelia Graham 
Lewis on June 30, 1990, in St. 
Luke's Church in Powhatan. 
Christopher B. Brown '86, 
A.W. Vermillera '86, Thomas 
B. Hoblitzell '86, Samuel S. 
Proctor '86, and W. Borden 
James '87 served as groom- 
smen. Class of '86 members 
Charles W. McNeely, Timo- 
thy K. Jordan, and Matthew 
Kennealy, in addition to David 
Steinke '85, and Monte Lehm- 
kuhler '88, also showed up, 
says Webb, "because they heard 
there was free food. " 



9 






C. PAUL CHALMERS 
married Katherine Mullen in 
Laurens, South Carolina, on 
September 14, 1991. Paul is in 
his third year at the LIniversity 
ol Chicago Law School. 

BRIAN FLEMION married 
Rebecca Crafton (Longwood 
'89) on March 30, 1991. Marc 
Lazenby '88, and Mark Scott 
'87 were groomsmen. They live 
in EUicott City, Maryland. 

FRANK "W. FRIEDMAN 
married Deborah Marie 
Schwartz on September 2 1 , 
1991, in Edwardsville, Florida. 
Wil Newton '89 was best man. 
Fred Friedman '83, Chip 
Hawthorne '88, Cy Colangelo 
'88, and Ted Hodges '88 were 
groomsmen. Frank and 
Debbie both work at First 
Union National Bank of Flor- 
ida; he is a branch manager, 
and she is a cash management 
officer. 

PETER J. GALLAGHER II 
married Sarah Ossman on 
August 10, 1991. Curtis Street 
'87 was best man; Mark John- 
son '84, Joe Mclnnis '85, 
Scott Vinson '88, and Lee 
Grubb '89 were groomsmen. 
Sarah, a 1 990 graduate of the 



62 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



University ot Virginia, is an 
underwriter tor State Farm 
Insurance, and Peter is 
employed by the Dictaphone 
Corporation. They live in 
Charlottesville. 

HAROLD MARSHALL 
HARRIS, JR., married Barbara 
Ann Mountcasel on May 18, 
1991. They live in Amelia. 

WILLL\M G. CHAPMAN 

vi'as married to Yael Ksander on 
June 1, 1991, in Alexandria. 
Hampden-Sydney men at the 
wedding included Thomas K. 
Farmer, Jr. '89, Mark Kattman 
'89, Tripp Gough '89, Hawes 
Spencer '87, Tony 
Kreienbaum '89, Scott Lake 
'90, and College publications 
director, Dr. Richard 
McClintock. The Reverend 
Thomas K. Farmer '60 
performed the service. 

CARROL SAUNDERS 
ROBERSON, JR., married 
Frances Hunter Downey on 
September?, 1991, in the 
Duke University Chapel in 
Durham, North Carolina. 

CHRISTOPHER M. 
MEADO'WS married Eleanor 
Alease Brower on August 3, 
1991. Ushers included Mark 
H. Kattman '89, R. KJnckle 
Robinson '89, and Andrew 
Duke '90. 

KIRK A. ZAMBETTI 
married Amy Ottaway (Sweet 
Briar '89) on September 21, 
1 99 1 . Kirk is working tor 
Physician Sales and Services in 
Phoenix, Arizona. 

TERRENCEJ. RICHARD- 
SON married Maria Isabel 
Avila on October 19, 1991. 
Andrew J. Ponton IV '89 and 
Chris Paige '89 attended the 
wedding. 



Births 

19 68 

To Mr. and Mrs. JAMES L. 
BECKNER, a daughter, Helen 
DeWitt Beckner, on September 
3, 1991, in Nashville, Tennes- 
see. Helen has three siblings. 

To Mr. and Mrs. JOHN 
ANDERS HEILIG, a daugh- 
ter, Katherine Anders Heilig, in 
October 1990, in Virginia 
Beach. 

11972 

To Mr. and Mrs. MICHAEL 
A. LINSKY of Glen Dale, West 
Virginia, a daughter, Chelsea 
Caroline Linsky, on April 22, 
1991. She has a sister, Mika 
Ann, age five. 



1:97 



i> 



To Mr. and Mrs. JAMES 
EDGAR GEDDIE, a daughter, 
Leonora Allyson Geddie, on 
April 16, 1991, in Gary North 
Carolina. 

To Mr. and Mrs. 
MICHAEL MINTER, a 
daughter, Elizabeth Willis 
Minter, on February 1 1, 1991. 
Michael works for Lehman 
Brothers in New York. 



197 5 

To Mr. and Mrs. ALEX- 
ANDER L. FRANKLIN 11, a 

daughter, Mcrriweather Ruff- 
ner Franklin, on December 10, 
1990, in Charleston, West 
Virginia. Her older brother, 
Cabell, is two. 

To Mr. and Mrs. M. HOLT 
MORAN, a daughter, Julie 
Elizabeth Moran, on October 
14, 1991,in Aiken, South 
Carolina. She has an older 
brother, Travis, age four. Mr. 
Moran has been appointed 
manager of accounting and 
financial statements for West- 
inghouse Savannah River 
Company. 

To Dr. and Mrs. LEWIS 
WILLL\M IRBY, JR., of 

Pearisburg, a son, David 
William Irby, on February 16, 
1990. 

To Mr. and Mrs. MARTIN 
M. SHERROD, a daughter, 
Rebecca McKinley Jeffers Sher- 
rod, on October 6, 1991, in 
Chicago, where he is an adver- 
tising account executive with 
Bayer Bess Vanderwarker. 

To Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD 
W WOLCOTT, JR., a son, 
Gordon Mitchell Wolcott, on 
May 30, 1991, in Norfolk. 



At the wedding ofFratik and Debbie Friedman: kneeling, Wil 

Newton and Fred Friedman: standing, Ted Hodges, Chip 

Hawtliorne, Debbie and Frank. Cy Colangelo. 




1977 

To Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD 
N. CONNER, a daughter, 
Erin Nicole Conner, on April 
2, 1990 in Emporia. Erin has 
an older brother, James, who is 
five. 

To Mr. and Mrs. DOUG- 
LAS B. LEE, a son. Burton 
Pierce Lee II, on April 7, 1991, 
in Charleston, South Carolina. 
He joins an older sister. Carter, 
who is tour. 

To Mr. and Mrs. J. 
ALFRED MAPR JR., a son, 
Nathan Russell Mapp, on Janu- 
ary 1, 1990. The Mapps live in 
Orlando, Florida. 

To Mr. and Mrs. DAVID D. 
SUMMERLIN, a daughter, 
Eliza Schiess Summerlin, on 
August 2, 1991. David is vice- 
president ot the Stone Agency, 
Inc., an independent insurance 
agency in Guiltord, 
Connecticut. 

19 7® 

ToMr. andMrs.J. SHEP- 
PARD HAW III, a son, 
Charles Sheppard Haw, on July 
19, 1991, in High Point, North 
Carolina, where Mr. Haw is an 
account executive with Burris 
Creech advertising agency. 

To Mr. and Mrs. DAVID R 
HOLT, a daughter, Jessie Stew- 
art Holt, on May 9, 1991, in 
Waukesha, Wisconsin. The 
Holts also have a son, Powell, 
who is three. 

To Dr. and Mrs. EDWARD 
R SNYDER, a son, Marshall 
Hampton Snyder, on Septem- 
ber 19, 1991, in Martinsville. 
Marshall's brother, Edward 
Ghent, is exactly three years 
older. 

19 79 

ToMr. and Mrs. MARK H. 
OLIVER, a daughter, Claire 
Elizabeth Oliver, on September 
8, 1991, in Roanoke. 



Winter 1992 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



63 



13 m 

To Dr. and Mrs. ROBERT Y. 
COX, a daughter, Kimberly 
Garland Cox, on April 23, 
1991, in Richmond. She has a 
brother and a sister, Wilson and 
Laura. 

To Dr. and Mrs. DAVID E. 
NEWTON, a son, Daniel 
Emory Newton, on April 1 6, 
1991, in Marion. 

To Mr. and Mrs. MICHAEL 
C. D'AGATA, a son, Jamison 
Michael D'Agata, in July 1990. 
They live in Matthews, North 
Carolina. 

To Mr. and Mrs. 
GORDON BURKS, a son, 
Taylor Gordon Burks, on [uly 
5,1991. His sister Ashley is 
three. The Burks family lives in 
Richmond. 

mt 

To Dr. and Mrs. CORYDON 
B. BUTLER, JR., a son, Cory- 
don Baylor Butler III, on July 
7, 1990, in Williamsburg, 
where Dr. Butler is a partner in 
Drs. Bennett Butler & Asso- 
ciates Ltd. 

To Mr. and Mrs. WILLLAM 
S. CAIN of Gastonia, North 
Carolina, a son, Samuel Augus- 
tus Cain II, on May 29, 1991. 

To Mr. and Mrs. 
MICHAEL R. CHEVALIER, 
a daughter, Natalie Michelle 
Chevalier, on December 22, 
1990, in Richmond. 

To Mr. and Mrs. DAVID H. 
FLETCHER, twin girls, 
Suzanne and Meredith Fletcher, 
on May 17, 1991 (12 weeks 
premature). The Fletchers live 
in Alexandria. 



13% 



'J 



To Dr. and Mrs. JEFFREY A. 
CLIFTON, a son, Patrick 
Allen Clifton, on October 1, 
1990, in Danville. 

To Mr. and Mrs. BRANCH 
W. VINCENT III, a daughter, 
Caton Elizabeth Vincent, on 




E. W. Woolcott, Jr. 76 
tvith Sarah and Gordon 

March 30, 1991. The Vincents 
live in Camden, North Caro- 
lina. Mr. Vincent, who 
received his law degree from 
Campbell University in 1986, 
is a partner in the firm of 
Twiford, O'Neal & Vincent in 
Elizabeth City. 

19S4 

To Mr. and Mrs. DAVID A. 
ARIAS ot San Ramon, Cali- 
fornia, a daughter, Megan 
Arias, in February 1990. Mr. 
Arias is an account executive 
with Telekurs NA, Inc., and his 
wile, Valerie, is an engineering 
manager for Digital Commu- 
nications Associates. 

To Mr. and Mrs. C. 
THOMAS LOVELACE of 
Roanoke Rapids, North Caro- 
lina, twins, Matthew Ora Love- 
lace and James Quarles Love- 
lace, on September 1, 1989. 

ToMr. and Mrs. ERIC W. 
UHTENWOLDT, a son, 
Logan Ross Uhtenwoldt, July 
17, 1991,inAntioch, 
Tennessee. 



\3% 



J 



To Mr. and Mrs. W. TORI- 
RAN FLINT, a son, Tyler Tori- 
ran Flint, on December 15, 
1990 in Boca Raton, Florida. 
In January 1991, the Flints 
moved to Spartanburg, South 
Carolina, where Mr. Flint 
works as a product develop- 
ment chemist tor ICF Reeves 
Brothers. 




Charles and twins Matt and 
Jamie (Tom Lovelace '84) 

To Mr. and Mrs. ANTHONY 
THOMAS PICKETT, JR., a 

son. Sterling Thomas Pickett, 
born December 13, 1990. 

19B7 

To the Reverend and Mrs. 
W1LLL\M R. (RICK) CALD- 
WELL, a son, Wilson Cald- 
well, born December 29, 1990. 

To Mr. and Mrs. DANIEL 
T. DOUGHERTY, JR., a 
daughter, Lauren Peyton 
Dougherty, on August 18, 
1991. The Doughertys live in 
Tampa, Florida, where he 
works for Ferguson Enterprises, 
Inc. 

C'DJllege .IFiiJEQllf 

To Lt. and Mrs. WEYLAND 
THOMAS JOYNER III, a 

boy, Weyland Thomas Joyner 
IV, on July 11, 1991, at Ft. 
Belvoir Hospital. 



Deaths 



1922 

The Reverend Mr. JOSEPH 
SMITH DUCKWALL, a 

World War I veteran and 
pastor for 37 years, died on 
May 24, 1991 in Harrison- 
burg; he was 93. A native of 
Berkeley Springs, West 
Virginia, Mr. Duckwall gradu- 
ated from the Union Theo- 
logical Seminary and was 
ordained a minister in 1925. 

1925 

Dr. REX BLANKINSHIP, 

former medical director, pres- 
ident, and treasurer of West- 
brook Psychiatric Hospital in 
Richmond, died on July 7, 
1991. He was 88. After gradu- 
ating from the Medical College 
of Virginia in 1929, he 
interned at Tampa Municipal 
Hospital in Tampa, Florida. 
From 1931 until 1935, Dr. 
Blankinship worked at the 
Vanderbilt Clinic Psychiatric 
Department in New York and 
served as an assistant professor 
of psychiatry at Columbia 
University. He returned to 
Virginia and began his career at 
Westbrook in 1935. His many 
accomplishments include elec- 
tion as a diplomate of the 
American Board of Psychiatry 
and Neurolog)', service as a 
member of Gov. Thomas B. 
Stanley's advisory board on 
mental hygiene, and work as 
an associate professor of neuro- 
logical psychiatry at MCV. Dr. 
Blankinship was a past pres- 
ident ot the Neurological 
Psychiatric Society of Virginia, 
the Virginia Association tor 
Mental Health Professionals, 
the Seaboard Medical Associa- 
tion, and the National Associa- 
tion for Private Mental Hospi- 
tals. He retired in 1981. 



64 



THE RECORD OF HAMPDEN -SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Winter 1992 



l'S)26 



EDWARD DORSEY 
BOOKER, a retired supervisor 
with the U.S. Department of 
AgricLilture, died March 23, 
1991, in Lexington, Kentucky; 
he was 86. A native of Halifax, 
Mr. Booker was one of the 
founders of the Tobacco 
Market News Service in the 
burley, flue-cured, and Mary- 
land tobacco areas. 

Dr. CLARENCE 
RUDOLPH HAMRICK, a 
former professor at James 
Madison University, died on 
June 14, 1991, in Harrison- 
burg; he was 88. Dr. Hamrick, 
born in Augusta County, 
received his M.S. and Ph.D. 
from the University of Virginia, 
then taught at various schools 
in West Virginia, South Caro- 
lina, and Tennessee. He began 
his career at Madison College, 
now James Madison Univer- 
sity, in 1945 and retired in 
1968. 

Dr. WILLARD ALEX- 
ANDER PEAK, an associate 
pastor and pastor of the Pres- 
byterian church for the past 60 
years, died August 7, 1991, in 
Chattanooga, Tennessee. He 
was 87. A native of Phenix, 
Peak conducted a welfare 
ministry in Chattanooga 
during the Great Depression 
and was active in inner-city 
missionary work for more than 
four decades. He was a gradu- 
ate of the Louisville Presbyter- 
ian Theological Seminary in 
Kentucky and held an hono- 
rary doctorate of divinity from 
King College in Bristol, 
Tennessee. 

193 

The College has learned that 
WILLL\M D. DICKINSON, 

JR., died on May 27, 1991. 




Herbert Trotter, Jr. 31 

1931 

HERBERT TROTTER, JR., 

81, ot Harrisonburg, died on 
August 4, 1991. At Hampden- 
Sydney he was a member of 
Chi Phi and ODK. He 
received a Ph.D. in physics 
from the University of Virginia, 
where he was elected to Phi 
Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, and the 
Raven Society. Dr. Trotter 
taught physics at Washington 
& Lee University from 1 936 
until 1 94 1 . When World War 
II broke out, he was called 
away to help with wartime 
research and was instrumental 
in the development ot radio 
proximity fiises for anti-aircraft 
and artillery shells, later going 
to work for Sylvania Corpora- 
tion, where he had charge ot 
engineering and quality control 
in three plants that manu- 
factured 25,000 of the fuses 
every day. After VE Day he was 
sent by the Navy to Germany 
to interrogate their scientists. 
He was awarded a Certificate of 
Merit by President Truman for 
his war efforts. After the war he 
spent eleven years at Eastman 
Kodak in charge of their devel- 
opment of fuses and guided 
missiles. Later he was one of 
the vice presidents of GTE and 
a vice president of McGraw- 
Hill. Dr. Trotter served as a 
trustee of Hampden-Sydney 
College and was on the 
Committee tor Advanced Stud- 
ies at the University of 
Virginia. He was national pres- 
ident ot the Armed Forces 




Charles H. Ture '49 

Communication and Elec- 
tronic Association and a 
member of the advisory group 
of the U.S. Army Electron 
Command. He and his wife. 
Marguerite, retired to Amherst, 
where he was active in civic 
affairs and the Presbyterian 
Church, serving as an elder and 
as president and trustee of the 
Winston Country Club. He 
was a member of several Rotary 
clubs as well. He was the 
brother of Joseph T. Trotter 
'35. 

1949 

CHARLES H. EURE, JR., 

president and chief operating 
officer ot Norshipco and a 
leader in the U.S. maritime 
industry, died on October 24, 
1991, in Brownsville, Texas, 
while attending a meeting as a 
member of the executive 
committee of the Propeller 
Club of the United States. He 
was 63. A native of Hampton, 
Mr. Eure studied international 
affairs at Georgetown Univer- 
sity after graduating from 
Hampden-Sydney and earned a 
graduate degree in industrial 
administration from Carnegie 
Mellon Universit)' in Pitts- 
burgh. He began his career as 
an analytical chemist at 
Newport News Shipbuilding 
and Drydock Co. (now 
Norshipco) and during the 
next 20 years rose from chemist 
to vice president for operations. 
He was named president of the 
company in 1985. 



1 9 6 1 



ERIC BLAND ZIMMER- 
MAN, a sales executive with 
James River Corporation, died 
on September 24, 1991, in 
Richmond. 

C'Dll'Sge Faimaly 

DAVID JAMES NORDEN, 

Director of Eggleston Library 
and professor of Russian, died 
on November 8, 1 99 1 , after a 
year-long fight against cancer. 
In a resolution adopted by the 
faculty on December 2, 1991 , 
he was praised for his develop- 
ment ot the Library as a center 
for learning and for the 
"refined wit, courteous 
manners, and veritable mine of 
well-told stories" he brought to 
Hampden-Sydney in 1985. A 
constant source of information, 
especially for the College's selt- 
study evaluation, he also served 
as Secretary to two Presidential 
Search Committees. He 
received his A.B. in Russian 
language and literature from 
Dartmouth College, studied 
Slavic languages and literature 
at Yale University, and earned 
his M.S. in Library Science at 
Long Island University. He 
was a member of St. John's 
Lutheran Church and a tound- 
ing member ot the local chap- 
ter of Amnesty International. 
His wife Gail and his son Alex 
'92 survive him. 

FRANCES HASTINGS 
BURRELL, a retired elemen- 
tary school teacher and the wife 
of RICHARD A. BURRELL 

'38, tormer coach and director 
of athletics, died November 23, 
1991. The Burrells have lived 
at Hampden-Sydney tor many 
years. Mrs. Burrell received her 
teaching certificate from what 
is now Longwood College and 
taught for 40 years in Bruns- 
wick, Henrico, and Orange 
County schools and at Prince 
Edward Academy in Farmville, 
retiring in 1980. She was a 
member of College Church 
and active in the communitv. 



ANYTHING NEW? MOVING? 

ALUMNI: If anything has happened to you or a fellow akimnus, let us know on the blank below, or write a letter. 

Don't forget to send photographs and copies of articles. 

WIVES AND PARENTS: If your alumnus is too busy or too modest to do the job himself, please do it for him. 



NAME: 



Class 



ADDRESS: 



PHONE: C 



1 lERE IS WHAT HAPPENED: 



NAME OF PERSON FILLING OUT BLANK (if not the alumnus) 



The Hatnpden-Sydney College Alumni Association presents 



i\ILi\{ 




Deluxe KHlay cruise aboard the *'Sky Princess" roiuidtrip from/to delightSul San Francisco 

San Francisco • Vancouver • ^ctoria • Inside Passage Cruising 

Juneau • Sitka • Glacier Bay Cruising 



from $2199* FREE AIR! 

August 19, 1992 -August 29, 1992 

* per person based on double occupancy in cabin category M 
Included features: 

• First Class Staterooms • Five meals each day on- 
board including Midnight Buffet • Captain's Wel- 
come Party and Dinner • Captain's Farewell Din- 
ner • Private Vantage Party • Briefings on high- 
lights of each port of call • The services of friendly 
and efficient staff • 24-hour stateroom service • 
Duty-free shopping • Complimentary snack bar 
service and use of deck chairs 

Vantage features: 

• Convenient Travel Document Wallet, Name 
Badge, and distinctive Luggage Tags • Deluxe, 
oversized Travel Bag • Optional Insurance Cover- 
age is available for Baggage, Accident, and Trip 
Cancellation/Interruption at special low-cost 
group rates • Automatic $250,000 Common Car- 
rier Accident Insurance Plan for each Vantage 
ticketed passenger at no additional charge. 



Mail Right Away 

For Eligibility on a 

Caribbean Cruise 

Dra'wing! 




Call Vantage Travel TOLL FREE 

1 (800) 322-6677 s i (800) 833-0839 



(U.S. except Massachusetts) 



(Canada and Massachusetts) 



Call and ask about our EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT 
and SAVE up to $4S0 per person! 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 

Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 



Address Correction Requested 



Non-Profit Org. 
U. S. Postage 

PAID 
Permit #6221 
Merrifield, VA 




The Official 

Hampden-Sydney 

College 

World Globe 

In celebration of the 500th Anniversary of Christo- 
pher Columbus' historic voyage to the New World, 
the Alumni Association is pleased to present the 
Official Hampden-Sydney College World Globe. 
Created by Replogle. the world's undisputed leader 
in globemaking. this classic floor model globe is 
fully up-to-date, yet complete with Old World touches 
such as parchment-like oceans and compass roses. 

The Hampden-Sydney College World Globe is 
complemented by two original 24 karat gold finished 
art medallions— one features a richly detailed, three- 
dimensional re-creation of the College Seal and the 
other cominemorates the Quincentenary. 

Our Globe is an exceptional piece of furniture. 
Crafted of solid hardwood, the stand has been hand 
rubbed to a brilliant cherry finish. The globe with 
stand measures a perfect chairside height of 33 
inches. 

For your convenience, an interest-free monthly 
Installment plan Is available. 



For faster service, credit card orders may be 

placed weekdays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and 

weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Eastern Time). 

Telephone toll-free 1-800-523-0124 and 

request Operator 713,|R. 



Mail Orders to: 

HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

c/o P.O. Box 670 
Exton, PA 19341-0670 



Please accept my reservation for 



Qty 



Official Hampden-Sydney College 



World Globe(s) at $295'. plus $8.50 for handling and insured shipping charge per 
globe Please note that due to their large size, the globe and the stand will be 
shipped separately. 

'On shipments to Pennsylvania only, please 
add state sales tax of $18,21 per globe. 

Purchaser's Name 



I prefer to pay as follows: 

□ ENCLOSED IS MY INITIAL INSTALLMENT of $29.50 for each globe 
payable by check or credit card (information provided below), together with 
shipping and handling charge of $8,50 per globe, I agree to pay the 
balance due in 9 monthly installments of $29,50 for each globe," (On 
shipments to Pennsylvania only, please add state sales tax of $1 8,21 per 
globe with your deposit). 

I I IN FULL BY CHECK, Enclosed please find my check or money order for 
the full amount due. made payable to "Official Hampden-Sydney 
College Globe". 

IN FULL BY CREDIT CARD Following shipment of my globe(s). please 
charge the full amount due to my credit card as indicated below. 



Street Address _ 



City. 



Credit Card Information: 
Full Account Number: 



D 



State 



-Zip, 



Expiration Date: 



Mo, 



Yr, 



Daytime Phone ( 



). 



H "ship to" address is different from above, please attach shipping address to order form. 
Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for shipment. 



Signature 

"All orders are subject to acceptance. There is no finance charge on the monthly payment plan 
The amount of payments (total sales price) is equal to the single payment price. If purchaser fails 
to pay any portion of the total payments scheduled, the entire balance shall become immediately 
due at the election of the globe distributor, Wayneco Enterprises. 

Operator No.713JR 



HAMPDEN- 
SYDNEY 
COLLEGE 




Honor Roll 

of 
Donors 

19904991 



This issue of 

The Hampden-Sydney College 

Honor Roll of Donors 

lists gifts received during the 1990-91 

fiscal year, between July 1, 1990, and 

June 30, 1991. Gifts received after 

July 1, 1991, will be acknowledged in 

the 1991-92 issue of the 

Honor Roll of Donors. 



Abbreviations 

F=Faculry 

F*=Retired Faculty 

FE=Faculty Emeritus 

S=Staff 

S*=Retired Staff 

T=Trustee 

T*=Former Trustee 

TE=Trustee Emeritus 

HD=Honorary Degree 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 

The Annual Fund 

Post Office Box 637 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 23943 

(804)223-6142 







1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 






IHKSOC 


1 

:iETY OF FOU S DEF 

Honoring Donors of $1000 or more 


^ 1990-91 


Lifetime Founders 


Dr. C. Barrie Cook '45 


Mr. Scott C. Goodman '82 


Mr. J. Monroe Johns 


(Datum of $25,000 or more) 


Mrs. Jean Carrington Cook 


Mrs. Sarah Goodman 


Mrs. Dema Johns 




Fairfex, Virginia 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Farmville, Virginia 


Anonymous 


Dr. Dorothy F. Cooney 


Dr. James W. Gordon, Jr. '32 HD 


Dr. William A. Johns '30 


Dr. Mary Virginia Allen 


Farmville, Virginia 


'41 


Mrs. Logan Johns 


Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 


Mr. T. Frank Crowder '45 


Mrs. Margaret Gordon 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Thomas N. Allen '60 (T) 


Mrs. Martha Crowder 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Charles G. Johnson '26 


Mrs. Rebecca Allen 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mr. Charles M. Guthridge "68 (T) 


Mrs. Jean Johnson 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. ClifFordA. Curlee'85 


Mrs. Elizabeth Guthridge 


Greenville, South Carolina 


Mr. W. Dudley Allen, Jr. '43 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. W. Robert Jones 


Wilsons, Virginia 


Mr. James W. Dennis 


The Honorable John M. Hamlet, 


Mrs. Mary Sue Jones 


Mr. Lester E. Andrews, Sr. '36 (T) 


Mrs. Pat Dennis 


Jr. "31 


(Mark '83) 


Mrs. Donna Andrews 


Lively, Virginia 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mr. Gene B. Dbcon, Jr. '65 (T) 


Mrs. Fred H. Hanbury, Jr. 


Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. '56 


Mrs. P. T. Atkinson (S) 


Mrs. Barbara Dixon 


Farmville, Virginia 


Mrs. Dolores Keating 


(Tulane '41 — deceased znA Bill 


Dillwyn, Virginia 


Mr. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. (T) 


Delaplane, Virginia 


•48) 


Mrs. Alexander Donnan 


Mrs. Olivia Hardin 


Mr. Edwin L. Kennedy 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


(Haywood '86) 


New Vernon, New Jersey 


Mr. T. Kyle Baldwin '39 (TE) 


Mr. William Birch Douglass 111 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Mr. Jeffrey Kiefer '75 


Mrs. Maty Baldwin 


•65 (T) 


Mr. H. Hirer Harris, Jr. (T) 


Mrs. Judy Kiefer 


Saint Simon's, Georgia 


Mrs. Virginia Douglass 


Mrs. Elizabeth Harris 


Jarrettsville, Maryland 


Mr. Robert W. Banning (T) 


Richmond, Virginia 


(Hirer III '83) 


Mr. Robert W.King, Jr. '52 


Mrs. Mary Jane Banning 


Mrs. W. Linwood Draper 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Ann King 


(Scott '85 and Jim '87) 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mr. Frederick N. Harrison, Jr. 


Charlotte, North Carolina 


Hyattsville, Maryland 


Dr. W. Whitfield Elliott '18 


Mrs. Mary Calvin Harrison 


Mr. Robert A. Lawson, Jr. 


Dr. William C. Barger '25 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Nancy Lawson 


Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 


Mr. William G.Ferrell 71 (T) 


Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. '51 (T) 


(Robert '85 and Jeff '89) 


Mr. Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. '37 


Mrs. Stuart Ferrell 


Mrs. Martha Anne Hatcher 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Martha Bedinger 


Greenwich, Conneaicut 


Greenwich, Connecticut 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


Boydton, Virginia 


The Honorable John A. Field, Jr. 


Mr. William R. Hill, Jr. '36 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. '31 


■32HD70 


— deceased 


Mr. Edsel H. Lester '55 


Winchester, Virginia 


Mrs. Colleen Field 


Mrs. Bethcne Hill 


Gmndy, Virginia 


Mr. William C. Boinest '54 (T) 


Naples, Florida 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Lawrence Lewis, Jr. HD '82 


Mrs. Jane Boinest 


Dr. William C. Finch '29 HD "55 


Miss Emilie Crenshaw Holladay 


Mrs. Janet Lewis 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Lucy Finch 


Farmville, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Patrick H. Booth, Jr. '42 


Nashville, Tennessee 


Miss Genevieve Venable Holladay 


Mr. Sydney Lewis 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Miss Julia B. Fleet 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Frances Lewis 


Mrs. William G. Bottlmore 


LaJoUa, California 


Miss Natalie Venable Holladay 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. S. Douglas Fleet HD '80 (TE) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr.S.E.Liles,Jr.HD'81 


Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '5 1 


Mrs. Helen Fleet — deceased 


Dr. Clarence A. Holland '52 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


(D 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Burton Holland 


Mr. John B. Long '38 


Hampton, Virginia 


Mr. William RFranck, Jr. 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mrs. Katherine Long 


Miss Lucile B. Brown 


Mrs. Carolyn P. Franck 


Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Holland 


Louisville, Tennessee 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


(Bill '69) 


(Richard, Jr. '74 and Greg 77) 


Dr. Richard H.Lowe, Jr. '40 


Mr. Edward J. Campbell 


Martinsville, Virginia 


Windsor, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Newport News, Virginia 


Mr. George C. Freeman, Jr. '52 


Dr. William E. Holland 


Mr. John G. Macfarlane III 76 


Mr. Franklin J. Carter '56 


Mrs. Patricia Freeman 


Midlothian, Virginia 


(D 


Mrs. Jean Carter 


Fredericksburg, Virginia 


Mr. Irvin G. Horner 


Mrs. Dudley Macfarlane 


Kilmarnock, Virginia 


Mr.J. B. FuquaHD72(T') 


Mrs. Novella Horner 


Darien, Connecticut 


Mr. George B. Cartledgc, Jr. '63 


Mrs. Dorothy Fuqua 


Oack'86) 


Mr. E. Morgan Massey 


<J) 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Moseley, Virginia 


Mrs. Joan Massey 


Mrs. Mary Ann Cartledgc 


Dr. Richard M. German, Jr. '40 


Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. '46 


(Craig '88) 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Marjorie German 


Mrs. Anna Hudgins 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. William C. Chewning '41 


Fredericksburg, Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 


The Honorable D. Carleton 


Mrs. Edna Chewning 


Mr. John L. Gibson II 


Mr. John M.Hunt '31 


Mayes '36 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Blair Gibson 


South Boston, Virginia 


Mrs. Elizabeth Long Mayes 


Mr. Aylett B. Coleman 


Oohn *82) 


Mr. A. Anson Jamison '39 


Dinwiddie, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Kay Coleman 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs.Theresa Jamison 


Mr. Henry H. McVey III '57 (D 


(Ashby '87) 


Dr. Albert R. Gillespie '33 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Reba McVey 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Louise Gillespie 


Dr. Saul E. Joftes 


Richmond, Virginia 




Staunton, Virginia 


Mrs. Irene Joftes 








J 


n 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 










1 





















Mr. Rodney B. Mitchell (T) 


Dr. Graves H. TTiompson '27 HD 


1 
Dr. Richard A. Michaux '34 HD 


Mr. W. Robert Grafton (T) 




Dr. Michele Pollen 


79 (F) 


74 (IE) 


Mrs. Patricia Grafton 




Houston, Texas 


Mrs. Leila Thompson 


Mrs. Julia Gray Michaux 


Potomac, Maryland 




Mr. Malcolm R. Myers "57 (T) 


Hampdcn-Sydney, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Miss Mary Agnes Grant 




Willoughby, Ohio 


Mr.JamesL.Trinkle'50(T) 


Mr. Richard C. Parker '81 (T) 


Richmond, Virginia 




Mr. Russell B. Newton, Jr. (T) 


Mrs. Muriel Trinkle 


Mrs. Karen Parker 


Mrs. Fred H. Hanbury, Jr. 




Mrs. Julie Newton 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Farmville, Virginia 




(Will -89) 


Mr. Richard M. Venable, Jr. '50 


Mr. A. Trigg Sanders '35 


Mr. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. (T) 






Orange Park, Florida 


Mrs. Evelyn Venable 


— deceased 


Mrs. Olivia Hardin 






Mr. W. Kemp Norman, Jr. 


Fripp Island, South Carolina 


Mrs. Martha Sanders 


(Haywood '86) 






Mrs. Susan Norman 


Mr.JosephF.Viar,Jr. '63 


Richmond, Virginia 


Raleigh, North Carolina 






(Kemp '82) 


Mrs. Susan Viar 


Mr. W. Sydnor Settle '55 (T) 


Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. '51 (T) 






Montpelier, Virginia 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Mrs. Noel Senle 


Mrs. Martha Anne Hatcher 






Mr. William G. Pannill (T) 


Dr. William W. Walton '38 


New Vernon, New Jersey 


Greenwich, Conneaicut 






Mrs. Alice Z. "Kit" Pannill 


Mrs. Lucille Walton 


Mr. Richard M. Venable, Jr. '50 


Mr. William R. Hill, Jr. '36 




(Will "77) 


Pulaski, Virginia 


Mrs. Evelyn Venable 


— deceased 




Martinsville, Virginia 


Mr. James C. Wheat, Jr. 


Fripp Island, South Carolina 


Mrs. Bethene Hill 




Mr. WUIiam L. Pannill 77 


Mrs. Wiley Wheat 


Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63 


Richmond, Virginia 




Mrs. Susan Pannill 


Oames III '75) 


Mrs. Susan Viar 


Mr. Ralph P. Hines 




Martinsville, Virginia 


Caret, Virginia 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Mrs. Jane Hines 




Mr. Richard C.Parker '81 (T) 


Dr. Francis R, Whitehouse '34 




Farmville, Virginia 




Mrs. Karen Parker 


Mrs. Hizabeth Whitehouse 


Fellows 


Dr. Clarence A. Holland '52 




Adanta, Georgia 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


(Donors of$5(X)0 or more) 


Mrs. Maty Burton Holland 




Mr. Charles G. Patterson, Jr. '37 


Mr. Gordon C. Willis '42 




Virginia Beach, Virginia 




Mrs. Helen Patterson 


Mrs. Jean Willis 


Mr. Thomas N. Allen '60 (T) 


Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins,Jr. '46 




Lynchburg, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Rebecca Allen 


Mrs. Anna Hudgins 




Mrs. Arthur B. Richardson 




Richmond, Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 




Roanoke, Virginia 


Senior Fellows 


Mrs. P. T. Atkinson 


Mr. Robert W. King, Jr. "52 




Mr. Robert M. Richardson '38 


(Donors of $10,000 or more) 


(Tulane '41 — deceasedznd Bill 


Mrs. Ann King 




Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson 




'48) 


Charlotte, North Carolina 




Bluefield, West Virginia 


Mrs. Don P. Bagwell, Sr. 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mr. S. A. Martin 




Mr. E. Claiborne Robins 


Halifax, Virginia 


Mr. Don Bagwell, Jr. 


Mrs. Marian Manin 




Mrs. Lora Robins 


Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51 


Halifax, Virginia 


Farmville, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


(D 


Mr. Robert W. Banning (T) 


Mr. Henry H. McVey 111 '57 (T) 




Mr. A. Trigg Sanders '35 


Hampton, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Jane Banning 


Mrs. Rcba McVey 




— deceased 


Mr. S. Douglas Fleet HD '80 (TE) 


(Scott '85 and Jim '87) 


Richmond, Virginia 




Mrs. Martha Sanders 


Richmond, Virginia 


Hyattsville, Maryland 


Mr. Rodney B. Mitchell (T) 




Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Helen Fleet 


Mr. Frederick W. Beck, Jr. '38 


Dr. Michele Follen 




Mr. William D. Selden V '70 


— deceased 


— deceased 


Houston, Texas 




Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. William F.Franck, Jr. 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mr. Russell B. Newton. Jr. (T) 




Mr. W. Sydnor Settle '55 (T) 


Mrs. Carolyn P. Franck 


Mr. William C. Boinest '54 (T) 


Mrs. Julie Newton 




Mrs. Noel Senle 


(Bill '69) 


Mrs. Jane Boinest 


(Will '89) 




New Vernon, New Jersey 


Martinsville, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Orange Park, Florida 




Mr. Francis A. Shelton '41 


Mr.J. B. FuquaHD'72(T') 


Mr, J. P. McGuire Boyd "64 


Mr. Francis L. Nottingham 




Mrs. Althea Shelton 


Mrs. Dorothy Fuqua 


Mrs. Hylah Boyd 


Easton, Maryland 




Nassawadox, Virginia 


Adantt, Georgia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. William D. Selden V '70 




Mr. Grant C. Sipp "49 


Dr. Abner C. Hopkins '30 HD 


Mr. Andrew C. Britton 


Richmond, Virginia 




Mrs. Lydia Sipp 


75 — deceased 


Mrs. Lillian Britton 


Mr. William F. Shumadinc, Jr. '66 




Albuquerque, New Mexico 


Mrs. Rose Hopkins 


Richmond, Virginia 


(T) 




Mr. Lawrence N. Smith '59 


— deceased 


Mr. Royal E. Cabell, Jr. '43 (T) 


Mrs. Cornelia Shumadine 




Mrs. Sally Smith 


Fort Myers, Florida 


Mrs. Kathleen Cabell 


Richmond, Virginia 




Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 


Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 


Mr. Henry C Spalding, Jr. '60 (T) 




Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60 (T) 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. '63 


Mrs. Kaye Spalding 




Mrs. Kaye Spalding 


Mr. William W. Lucado '50 (T)— 


(D 


Richmond, Virginia 




Richmond, Virginia 


deceased 


Mrs. Mary Ann Cartledge 


Mr. H. R. Stallard '59 (T) 




Mr. S. Bruce Spencer '37 


Mrs. Corneille Lucado 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Alice Stallard 




Mrs. Gladys Spencer 


Sea Island, Georgia 


Mr. William Birch Douglass III 


Midlothian, Virginia 




Farmville, Virginia 


Mr. John G. Macfarlane lir76 


'65 (T) 


Mr. Frederick W. Young, Jr. '44 




The Honorable William B. Spong, 


(D 


Mrs. Virginia Douglass 


Knoxville, Tennessee 




Jr. '41 HD '68 


Mrs. Dudley Macfarlane 


Richmond, Virginia 






Mrs. Virginia Spong 


Darien, Connecticut 


Mr.John C.Ellis, Jr. '70 


Associate Fellows 




Portsmouth, Virginia 


Mr. E. Morgan Massey 


Mrs. Janet Ellis 


(Donors of $2500 or more) 




Mr. Robert S. Spratley 


Mrs. Joan Massey 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 






Mrs. Virginia H. Spratley 


(Craig '88) 


Mr.ArthurP. Flippo"4l 


Anonymous 




Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Jane Flippo 


Mr. Thomas E. Adkins, Jr. '82 




Mr. Herbert R. Stokes '40 


Dr. Hunter McGuire, Jr. 


Doswell, Virginia 


Mrs. Cathy Adkins 




Mrs. Allison Stokes 


Mrs. Alice McGuire (T) 


Dr. Richard M. German, Jr. '40 


Jacksonville, Florida 




Farmville, Virginia 


(Billy -89) 


Mrs. Marjorie German 








Richmond, Virginia 


|— 


) 


Fredericksburg, Virginia 








— 

















Mr. Stephen E. Baril 77 


Mr. Scott M. Harwood '65 


Mr. Owen A. Snyder 


Mr. J. Robert Bray '60 


Mrs. Mary Baril 


Mrs. Susan Harwood 


Mrs. Edna Snyder 


Mrs. Janey Bray 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Farmville, Virginia 


(Rick 74) 


Portsmouth, Virginia 


Mr. Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. '37 


Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Holland 


Richmond, Virginia 


Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. '56 


Mrs. Martha Bedinger 


(Richard, Jr. '74 and Gregory 


Dr. Graves H. Thompson '27 HD 


Mrs. Elizabeth Bredrup 


Boydton, Virginia 


77) 


79 (F) 


Richmond, Virginia 


The Reverend Robert Bluford, Jr. 


Windsor, Virginia 


Mrs. Leila Thompson 


Mr. Edward L Brecden III '56 


■45 


Mr. Carter W. Hotchkiss 79 


Hampden-Sydncy, Virginia 


Mrs. Marian Breeden 


Mrs. June Bluford 


Mrs. Elizabeth Hotchkiss 


Dr. Herbert Trorter, Jr. '31- 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Franklin, Virginia 


deceased 


Mr. John LBrinkley ■59(F) 


Mr. Marvin C. Bowling, Jr. "48 


Dr. W. Glenn Hun '60 


Mrs. Marguerite Trotter 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mrs. Ann Bowling 


Richmond, Virginia 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 


Mr. Gardiner T. Brooks, Jr. '51 


Richmond, Virginia 


Dr. W. Thomas Joyner, Jr. '51 (F) 




Mrs. Susie Brooks 


Mr. James N. Boyd '58 


Mrs. Marianne Joyner 


Active Members 


Williamsburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Therese Boyd 


Hampxien-Sydney, Virginia 


(Donors of $1000 or more) 


Mr. W. Michaux Buchanan '52 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. WUliam C. Kei^dey 75 




Mrs. Judith Buchanan 


Mr. James B. Bullard '37 


Portsmouth, New Hampshire 


Anonymous 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Kathleen Bullard 


Mr. Jeffrey Kiefer '75 


Mr.A]fredA.AdkinsIir51 


Mr.J. MarkBurris76 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Judy Kiefer 


Mrs. Polly Adkins 


Hi^ Point, North Carolina 


Mr. Richard F.Cralle, Jr. '65 


Jarrettsville, Maryland 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Ronald H. Burton '68 


Mrs. Terry Cralle 


Mr. Harry R King 


Mr. William Byrn Alsup III '68 


Mrs. Linda Burton 


Farmville, Virginia 


Ooe '77 and Hariy '72) 


McLean, Virginia 


Charlonesville, Virginia 


Dr. Charles L. Crockett, Jr. '42 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Dr. Joseph L. Austin 71 


Mr. Benjamin M. Butler '63 


(D 


Mr.J.WillardKirkIir72 


Mrs. Becky Austin 


Mrs. Ann Butler 


Mrs. Josephine Crocken 


Mrs. Othy Kirk 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Winchester, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mr. Francis P. Bailey, Jr. '43 


Mr. Chades L. Cabell 74 


Dr. John C. Crump III '60 


Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 


Mrs. June Bailey 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Crump 


Mrs. Virginia Lawson 


Sanibel, Florida 


Mr. Eugene C. Caldwell "38 


Richmond, Virginia 


Charleston, West Virginia 


Mr. William F. Banner 72 


Mrs. Myrle Caldwell 


Mr. James W. Dennis 


Dr. John W. Mack, Jr. '68 


Greensboro, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Pat Dennis 


Mrs. Diane Mack 


Mr. Milton A. Barber III 


Mr. Edward J. Campbell 


Lively, Virginia 


Knoxville, Tennessee 


Mrs. Ruth Barber 


Newport News, Virginia 


Mr. Charles M.Dietz '52 


Mr. John E. Mansfield 79 


0ack'89andBat'92) 


Mr. Donald Davison Cantlay '79 


Mrs. Betty Dietz 


Mrs. Carol Mansfield 


Durham, North Carolina 


Mrs. Patricia Cantlay 


Richmond, Virginia 


Dawsonville, Georgia 


Mr. Joseph W. Bear III '77 


Lawrenceville, New Jersey 


Mr. Clayton W. Eisinger '60 


Mr.JamesJ. Marshall, Jr. '34 


Mrs. Catherine Bear 


Mr. W. Cecil Carpenter, Jr. '42 


Mrs. Susanne Eisinger 


New York, New York 


Roanoke, Virginia 


— deceased 


Potomac, Maryland 


Mr. Leslie G. McCraw 


Mr. Frederick W. Beck III '65 


Mrs. Rachel Carpenter 


Mr. William H. Flannagan '40 


Mrs. Mary Earle McCraw 


Mrs. Brenda Beck 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


HD76 


Oim '85) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Richard L. arr 73 


Mrs. Kathryn Flannagan 


Irvine, California 


Mr. Stephen D. Beck '67 


Mrs. Marcia Carr 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mr. C. Wilson McNeely III 


Mrs. Karen Beck 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. and Mrs. John P. Frazec, Jr. 


Mrs. Carter McNeely 


Montpelier, Virginia 


Mr. William A. Carrington '38 


(Chapin '92) 


(WiU '86) 


Mr. A. Thomas Beckman 


Mrs. Norvell Carrington 


Saint Charles, Illinois 


Charlonesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Diane Beckman 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mr. James Gordon Frazcr '57 


Mr. James O. Olfson 


(Scon '92) 


Mr. R. Dabney Carson '35 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Donna Olfson 


Lutherville, Maryland 


Mrs. Virginia Carson 


Mr. George C. Freeman, Jr. '52 


(Erik '86) 


Mr. James L. Beckner '68 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Patricia Freeman 


Edgewater, Maryland 


Mrs. Carolyn Beckner 


Mr. O. Holmes Carter '58 


(Chip '76 — deceased) 


Dr.J. H.Powell III 73 


Nashville, Tennessee 


Suffolk, Virginia 


Fredericksburg, Virginia 


Newnan, Georgia 


Mr. Frank C. Bedinger III '76 


Mr. Robert K. Caudle, Jr. *68 


Dr. Richard D.Giles '65 


Mr. E. A. Rennolds, Jr. 


Atlanu, Georgia 


Mrs. Lida Caudle 


Mrs. Linda Giles 


(David 78) 


Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. '31 


Richmond, Virginia 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Winchester, Virginia 


Mr. William C. Chewning '41 


Dr. Frederick T. Given, Jr. '49 


Mr. A. Francis Robinson, Jr. '64 


Mr. Edmund L Benson III '59 


Mrs. Edna Chewning 


Mrs. Jane Given 


Mrs. Sharon Robinson 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Larchmont, New York 


Mr. George C. Bird '57 


Mr. Daniel D. Chiles, Jr. '66 


Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45 


Mr. Thomas P. Shelburne, Jr. '33 


Mrs. Margaret Bird 


Moraga, California 


Mrs. Cornelia Goddin 


Mrs. Catherine Shelburne 


Monterey, Virginia 


Mr. Michael S. Christian 72 


Richmond, Virginia 


Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 


Mr. Samuel Fraley Bost '69 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mr. Charles M. Guthridge '68 (T) 


TTic Reverend Glenn W. Small, Jr. 


Mrs. Marilyn Bost 


Ms. BenyN. Qark 


Mrs. Hizabeth Guthridge 


'63 


Winston-Salem, North 


Bristol, Tennessee 


Richmond, Virginia 


Adanta, Georgia 


Carolina 


Mr. John G.Clark, Jr. 75 


Mr. H. Hirer Harris, Jr. (T) 


Mrs. Glenn W. Small. Sr. 


Dr. Thomas P. Bowe, Jr. '57 


Mrs. Janet Clark 


Mrs. Elizabeth Harris 


Adanta, Georgia 


Mrs. Linda Bowe 


Richmond, Virginia 


(Hirer III '83) 


Mr. Julious P. Smith, Jr. '65 


Williamsburg, Virginia 


Mr. Don R. Cochran 73 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Sherrill Smith 


Mr. Otis H.Bradley, Jr. '63 


Mrs. Cyndee Cochran 




Richmond, Virginia 




5 


Austin, Texas 


Hampton, Virginia 

















FL\MPnEN-.SYnNEY COI.LRCR 






Dr. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. '69 


Dr. A. Russell Dunnington, Jr. '69 


1 
Mr. James R. Gelger 71 


Mr. Marion P. Harrison '89 


Tuscaloosa, Alabama 


Mrs. Margaret Dunnington 


Mrs. Martha Geiger 


Lexington, Virginia 


Dr.J.ScottCollcy(S) 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Williamsburg, Virginia 


Mr. and Mrs. William A. Harrison 


Dr. Christine Colley (F) 


Mr. W. Robert Eason '40 


Dr. Albert R. Gillespie '33 


OeflF'92) 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mrs. Anna Bell Eason 


Mrs. Louise Gillespie 


New Canaan, Connecticut 


Mr. E. Eugene Cooke '58 


Orange, Virginia 


Suunton, Virginia 


Mr. Robert W. Hassold '52 


Mrs. Mary Cooke 


Mr. W. Robert Eason, Jr. '67 


Mr. Joseph S. Gillespie, Jr. "54 


Mrs. Anne Hassold 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Gale Gillespie 


Landrum, South Carolina 


Mr. Richard S. Copeland '58 


Dr. Edward F. Eckert,Jr. '69 


Severna Park, Maryland 


Mr.J. SheppardHawIir78 


Mrs. Deitra Copeland 


Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 


Mr. William A. Gillespie '67 


Mrs. Cynthia Haw 


Newport News, Virginia 


Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. '64 


Mrs. Lucinda Gillespie 


High Point, North Carolina 


Mr. Charles M. Cowan, Jr. '58 


Mrs. Lucy Edmunds 


Tazewell, Virginia 


Mr. GeorgeH.Heilig,Jr. '65 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. J. Edwin Givens 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mr. John W. Cowherd Iir50 


Mrs. Pocahontas W. Edmunds 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Ronald M. Henry '56 


Mrs. Betty Cowherd 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Arthur H.GIaser '68 


Mrs. Sue Henry 


Covington, Virginia 


Mr. Richard C. Edmunds III 


Adanta, Georgia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr.JohnW. Craddock'55 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Glas- 


Mr. William R. Hill III '76 


Mrs. Emily Craddock 


Mr. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. '53 


gow, Jr. 


Mrs. Sherry Hill 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Nancy Edmunds 


(Wil '94) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Roberta A. Crawley (S) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Chariotte, North Carolina 


Dr. G. Philip Hillen III '63 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Dr. William M. Edwards '65 


Mr. R. Warden Good '81 


Mrs. Vicki Hillen 


Mr.CharlesW. Crist,Jr. '66 


Mrs. Jacqueline Edwards 


Mrs. Jay Good 


Conway, South Carolina 


Mrs. Brenda Crist 


Summerville, South Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Frank R, Hoffmann '53 


Fairfex, Virginia 


Mr. Lewis C. Everett '63 


Mr. Scott C. Goodman '82 


Mrs. Betty Hoffmann 


Mr. John H.Cross '44 


Mrs. Sarah Everett 


Mrs. Sarah Goodman 


Potomac, Maryland 


Mrs. Page Cross 


Richmond, Virginia 


Adanta, Georgia 


Dr. Harry F.Hoke, Jr. '54 


Spartanburg, South Carolina 


Mr. F. Marcus Fariss '79 


Dr. James W. Gordon, Jr. '32 HD 


Mrs. Catherine Hoke 


Mr. Henry P. Custis, Jr. '67 


Mrs. Julia Fariss 


•41 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Linda Custis 


High Point, North Carolina 


Mrs. Margaret Gordon 


Mr. Robert G. Horton, Jr. '52 


Onancock, Virginia 


Mr. Robert E. Farmer III '70 


Richmond, Virginia 


Charleston, South Carolina 


Mr. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. '63 


Mrs. Marjorie Farmer 


Mr. William B. Graham '43 


Mr. M. Norton Howe, Jr. "60 


Mrs. Jacqueline Davidson 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Graham 


Mrs. Norma Howe 


Richmond, Virginia 


The Honorable John A. Field, Jr. 


Irvington, Virginia 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. 72 


'32 HD 70 


Dr. George L. Grinnan '57 


Mr. Charles E. Hubbard '62 


Mrs. Leslie Davis 


Mrs. Colleen Field 


Mrs. Karon Grinnan 


Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard 


Richmond, Virginia 


Naples, Florida 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Roxboro, Nonh Carolina 


Mr. Norwood H. Davis, Jr. '63 


Mr. G. Franklin Flippin '69 


Mr. R. Bryan Grinnan III '57 


Mr. W. Henry Hubbard '39 


Mrs. Marguerite Davis 


Mrs. Mary Flippin 


Mrs. Patricia Grinnan 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mr. Walton L. Huff '51 


Mr. R. Brandt Deal '70 


Mr. and Mrs. Pace M. Fonville 


Dr.WalterL. Grubb,Jr. '57 


Mrs. Mary Huff 


Mrs. Martha Deal 


(Mahood '92) 


Mrs. Judith Grubb 


Sugar Land, Texas 


Winston-Salem, North 


Richmond, Virginia 


Charlotte, North Carolina 


Mr. John M.Hunt '31 


Carolina 


Mr. and Mrs. Gene Foran 


Dr. John L. Guerrant '37 


South Boston, Virginia 


Mr. William D. Dickinson, Jr. 


(Kevin '94) 


Mrs. Laura Guerrant 


Mr. Robert F. Hutcheson.Jr. '35 


'30 — deceased 


Little Silver, New Jersey 


Charlotte, Virginia 


Mrs. Madeline Hutcheson 


Street, Maryland 


Dr. William S. Foreman, Jr. '51 


Mr. Thomas O. Gwaltney III '43 


Emporia, Virginia 


Mr. Dennis B. Dills '63 


Mrs. Jane Foreman 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mr. J. Brian Jackson '87 


Mrs. Donna Dills 


Forest, Virginia 


Mr. Barry A. Hackney '67 


Mrs. Robin Jackson 


Edina, Minnesota 


Mr. William C. French '57 


Mrs. Virginia Hackney 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Alexander Donnan 


Mrs. Susan French 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. J. Bruce James '53 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Joseph F.Hadel '39 


Mrs. Jane James 


Mr. R.T. Dooley,Jr. 


Mr. Gerald N.Fulks '72 


Farmville, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Nancy Dooley 


Mrs. Cynthia Fulks 


Mr. William B. Hanes '63 


Mr. A. Anson Jamison '39 


Charlotte, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Carol Hanes 


Mrs.Theresa Jamison 


Mr. James F. Douthat '64 


Mr. David C. Fuller '64 


Leesburg, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Ann Douthat 


Mrs. Lucinda Fuller 


Mr. Stewart R. Hargrove '80 


Mr. Robert T. Jerome 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Esther Jerome 


Mr.JohnW. Drescher '70 


Mr. Mark M. Gambill 72 


Mr. Edward S. Harlow, Jr. '58 


Falls Church, Virginia 


Mrs. Dale Drescher 


Mrs. Lou Gambill 


Mrs. Sandra Harlow 


Mr. BiyceD.Jewett,Jr. '68 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Reidsville, North Carolina 


Mrs. Gayjewett 


Mr. Robert W. Driver '50 


Mrs. S. D. Gardner 


Mr. Robert G. Harper '38 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Wanda Driver 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Jeannette Harper 


Mr. Charies G. Johnson '26 


Alexandria, Virginia 


The Honorable Ernest P. Gates 


Chevy Chase, Maryland 


Mrs. Jean Johnson 


Mr. W. Sidney Druen '64 


'45 


Mr. John N. Harrington, Jr. '60 


Greenville, South Carolina 


Mrs. Janet Druen 


Mrs. Virginia Gates 


Mrs. Frankie Harrington 


Mr. Robert D. Johnson 77 


Columbus, Ohio 


Chesterfield, Virginia 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


Mrs. Mary Johnson 


Dr. FrancisJ.Duckwair59 


Dr. Anhur S. Gear, Jr. '55 


Mrs. A. Epes Harris, Jr. 


Danville, Virginia 


Mrs. Sharon Duckwall 


Mrs. Sabra Gear 


Blackstone, Virginia 


Mr. Robert M.Johnson '53 


Roanoke, Virginia 


South Hill, Virginia 




Mrs. Patricia Johnson 






1 
4 




Roanoke, Virginia 



















1900-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 






Mr. and Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston 


Mr. Burton P. Lee 


Mr. Gary B. Mayo Iir6l 


Mr. Charles D. Nottingham '40 


III 


Mrs. Doris Lee 


Mrs. Linda Mayo 


Mrs. Blanche Nottingham 


Fairfax, Virginia 


(Doug '77) 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Chapel Hill, North Carolina 


Dr. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. '42 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Dr. Thomas T. Mayo IV (F) 


Dr. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. '56 


Mrs. Barbara Johnston 


Dr. Richard A. UHcw '59 


Mrs. EJna Ann Mayo (S) 


Mrs. Reid Nottingham 


South Boston, Virginia 


Mrs. Betty LeHcw 


(Ann '84 and Wil '86) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Robert H.Jones (S) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Dr. Wallace C. Nunley '44 


Mrs. Shirley Jones 


Dr. Willette L. LeHew '57 


Mr. Harry F. McArver, Jr. '65 


Mrs. Marguerite Nunley 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mrs. Myrene LeHew 


Mrs. Eleanor McArver 


Clifton Forge, Virginia 


Dr. Samuel S. Jones '43 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Chapel Hill, North Carolina 


Mr. R. Stedman Oakey, Jr. '66 


Tucson, Arizona 


Mr. Monroe Leigh '40 


Mr. William E. McBratncy, Jr. 


Mrs. Elaine Oakey 


Mr. Charles Hill Jones, Jr. 


Mrs. Mary Leigh 


Mrs. Leila McBratney 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Hope Jones 


Bethesda, Maryland 


(William III 75) 


Mr.Theodore G. Offterdinger '41 


(Harry '94) 


Mr. J. Thomas Lewis 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Christine Offterdinger 


Rumson, New Jersey 


Mrs. Diana Lewis 


Mr. William T. McChesney '36 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. '56 


(Tom '85) 


Mrs. Kathleen McChesney 


Miss Dorothy Ovcrcash 


Mrs. Dolores Keating 


New Orleans, Louisiana 


Dayton, Virginia 


Winchester, Virginia 


Delaplane, Virginia 


Dr. Henry S. Lichen, Jr. '52 


Dr. Ben H. Mcllwaine 71 


Dr. Thomas P. Overton '48 


Mr. Herbert V.Kelly, Jr. '73 


Mrs. Patricia Liebcrt 


Sutherland, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Overton 


Mrs. Martha Kelly 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. David J. McKittrick '67 


Richmond, Virginia 


Newport News, Virginia 


Mr. S.E. Liles.Jr. HD'81 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Jon A. Pace '82 


Mr. Bruce F. Kemp '42 


— deceased 


Mr. John B. Meek, Jr. 


Mrs. Elen Pace 


Mrs. Mary Kemp 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mrs. Sally Meek 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. G.W.Lindsay '52 


Oohn '92) 


Mr. Philip G. Padgett, Jr. '63 


Dr. EdwinL. Kendig,Jr. '32 


Mrs. Jean Lindsay 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mrs. Elizabeth Padgett 


HD71 


Charlonesville, Virginia 


Mr. William R.Middelthon, Jr. 


Bethesda, Maryland 


Mrs. Emily Kendig 


Mr. John B.Long '38 


•63 


Mr. Gary L. Page, Jr. 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Katherine Long 


Mrs. Nury Middelthon 


(Frank '88) 


Mr. Michael J. Krupin '69 


Louisville, Tennessee 


Miami, Florida 


Spartanburg, South Carolina 


Mrs. Martha Krupin 


Mr. R. Qifton Long 


Mr. W. Sheppard Miller III 79 


Mr.JohnE. Pappas'60 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Louise Long 


Mrs. Georgina Miller 


Mrs. Elizabeth Pappas 


Mrs. Douglas W. Laird 


(Chris '80) 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Portsmouth, Virginia 


(Randy '72) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Michael K. Minter 73 


Mr. John C. Parrott II '64 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Charles \. Lunsford II '64 


Mrs. Emma Minter 


Mrs. Sarah Parrott 


Mr. Gary M. Lane '70 


Mrs. Linda Lunsford 


Brorvxville, New York 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Lynn Lane 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Dr. Charles C. Moore, Jr. '67 


Mr. William CPeake '51 


Dunwoody, Georgia 


Mr. Wickliflfc S. Lyne '67 


Mrs. Patricia Moore 


Mrs. Mary Peakc 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Lane 


Mrs. Martha Lyne 


Richmond, Virginia 


Newport News, Virginia 


Ooc '90) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Miss Elizabeth V. Moore 


Mr. Marshall N. Pcarman, Jr. '61 


Kingsport, Tennessee 


Mr. J. Granger Macfarlane 


Edenton, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Helen S. Lanier 


Mrs. Anne Macfarlane 


Mr. William S. Moore '78 


Mr. J. Fain Peebles '78 


Palm Beach, Florida 


Gohn '76) 


Mrs. Elizabeth Moore 


Mrs. Diana Peebles 


Mr.WilliamA. Lashley'40 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Elinor Lashley 


Mr. Richard C. Manson, Jr. '65 


Mr. Michael F. Moorman '64 


Mr. M.W.Peebles, Jr. 


Williamsburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Sharon Manson 


Mrs. Joyce Moorman 


Mrs. Kisha Peebles 


Mr. Lance A. Lavcnstein 71 


Richmond, Virginia 


Lawrenceville, Virginia 


(Fain 78) 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mr. Richard H. Manson, Jr. "44 


Dr. Charles H. Moseley,Jr. '52 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mr. William D. Lawley, Sr. 


Mrs. Leora Manson 


Mrs. Barbara Moseley 


Mr. Allen H. Peer, Jr. '72 


Mrs. Jo Lawley 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Helen Peer 


(Dee '84) 


Mr. John P. Maragon '52 


Mrs. Charles H. Moseley, Sr. 


Woodstock, Virginia 


Pasadena, California 


Mrs. Frances Maragon 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Mr. and Mrs. Claude Graham 


Mr. Fontaine B. Lawson '64 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Dr. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. '67 


Pembroke, Sr. 


Mrs. Sally Lawson 


Mr. Stephen H. Martin '67 


Mrs. Barbara Mowbray 


(Graham '57) 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Hilary Martin 


Marion, Virginia 


Kilmarnock, Virginia 


Mr. Joseph P. Lawson '39 


Richmond, Virginia 


Dr. Paul H. Mueller (F) 


Mr. Charles W.Penick 70 


Mrs. Marie Lawson 


Mr. and Mrs. William P. Martin 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Dr. Roderick A. Mundy '43 


Mr. George P. Perkins '65 


The Honorable Joseph A. Leafe 


Mr. Arthur J. Matney '63 


Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 


Mrs. Janice Perkins 


■58 


Mrs. Lynda Matney 


Colonel Francis R. Munt '42 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Shirley Leafc 


Avon, Conneaicut 


Mrs. Betty Munt 


Mr. Henry R Pollard IV '64 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mr. L. White Matthews III *67 


Ruther Glen, Virginia 


Mrs. Julia Pollard 


Mr. HughK. I<-ary'6l 


Mrs. Jane Matthews 


Dr. James F.Nelson 73 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Nancy Leary 


Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 


Mrs. Kathleen Nelson 


Dr. Jack H.Powell 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. John S. May, Jr. 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Mrs. Margaret Powell 


Mr. Ben B. LeCompte, Jr. 


Mrs. Nancy May 


Mr. W. Barrett Nichols 72 


(Frank '84) 


Mrs. Carmen LeCompte 


Oack '93) 


Mrs. Susan Nichols 


Ncwnan, Georgia 


(Bill '82) 


Greensboro, North Carolina 


New Albany, Indiana 


Mr. Kenneth M. Pritchett '64 


Richmond, Virginia 


r 


5 




Petersburg, Virginia 




1 











Mr. Arnold M. Proctor 


Mr. Boyd Scarborough '70 


Dr. H.Ben Stone Iir61 


Mr. Thomas B. Walker "77 


Mrs. Mimi Proctor 


Mrs. Gunilla Scarborough 


Mrs. Merle Stone 


Mrs. Roslyn Walker 


(Sam '88) 


Portsmouth, Virginia 


New Bern, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Semora, North Carolina 


Mr. Edward M. Schaaf, Jr. 


Dr. Frank D. Stoneburner, Jr. 78 


Mr. George T. Walters '32 


Mr. W. Greyson Quarles, Jr. '63 


(Ned '69) 


Mrs. Yvonne Stoneburner 


Richmond, Virginia 


Gary, North Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Earle R Ware II '57 


Dr.JohnRRagsdaleIir66 


Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Schoelikopf, 


Mr.WalterN. Street, Jr. '46 


Mrs. Judith Ware 


Mrs. Barbara Ragsdale 


Jr. 


Mrs. J. Randall Street 


Richmond, Virginia 


Petersburg, Virginia 


(Wilson '93) 


Manakin Sabot, Virginia 


Mr. J. Ernest Warinner III '47 


Mr. Dudley A. Raine, Sr. '35 


Dallas, Texas 


Mr.WalkerP.Sydnor,Jr.'71 


Mrs. Frances Warinner 


Mrs. Dorothy Raine 


Mr. John G. Scott 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Gloucester Point, Virginia 


Amherst, Virginia 


Mrs. Stephanie Scott 


Dr. J. Bmce Taylor '74 


Dr. Edgar N. Weaver, Jr. '69 


Mr. William A. Ray 


Oohn '94) 


Mrs. Karen Taylor 


Mrs. Fayetta Weaver 


Mrs. Judy Ray 


Greensboro, North Carolina 


Charlotte, Nonh Carolina 


Roanoke, Virginia 


(Topper '91) 


Mr. Walter C. Scon '39 


Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. '57 


Dr. Blair M.Webb '51 


Devon, Pennsylvania 


Mrs. Virginia Scott 


Mrs. Barbara Taylor 


Mrs. Mary Webb 


Mr. Charles S. Reeves '44 


Savannah, Georgia 


Radford, Virginia 


Bethesda, Maryland 


Mrs. Mary Reeves 


Mr. Roy B. Sears '42 


Mr. M. Page Teer 


Dr. RobenB.Webb,Jr.'47 


Jonesboro, Arkansas 


Mrs. Ada Scars 


Mrs. Joan Teer 


Mrs. Pat Webb 


Mr. Milton P. Reid II '68 


Hilton Head, South Carolina 


(Michael '93) 


Petersburg, Virginia 


Clarksville, Virginia 


Mr. J. Howard Settle '50 


Wilmington, North Carolina 


Dr. William H.Weiss, Jr. '68 


Mr. R. Rick Reiss '70 


Mrs. Jacquelyn Settle 


The Honorable W. Carrington 


Mrs. Mary Weiss 


Mrs. Pamela Reiss 


Lawrenceville, Virginia 


Thompson "37 HD 79 


Swansboro, Nonh Carolina 


Williamsburg, Virginia 


Mr. William RShands, Jr. "52 


Mrs. Margaret Thompson 


Mr. Robert K.Wells, Jr. 73 


Mr. C. Edward Richardson III '51 


Mrs. Lynneth Shands 


Chatham, Virginia 


Mrs. Jo Wells 


Richmond, Virginia 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Mr. J. Timothy Thornton '68 


Severna Park, Maryland 


Mr. Charles A. Roach '40 


Mr. Francis A. Shelton '41 


Mrs. Rickey Thornton 


Mr. J. Kendall Whitaker, Jr. '67 


Durham, North Carolina 


Mrs. Althea Shelton 


Elizabeth City, North Carolina 


Mrs. Jane Whitaker 


Mr. Frank W. Roach '73 


Nassawadox, Virginia 


Mr. Thomas L. Toone '32 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Mary Roach 


Mr. William L. Shumate III '66 


Mrs. Eva Toone 


Mr. Donald P. Whitley '59 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Bonnie Shumate 


North Myrtle Beach, South 


Mrs. Laura Whitley 


Mr. E. Stewart Robertson '54 


Richmond, Virginia 


Carolina 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Jean Robertson 


Dr.HerbertJ.Sipe,Jr.(F) 


Dr. ElamC.Toone,Jr. '29HD 


Mr.Wi]liamP.Wilkins,Jr.'59 


Kingwood, Texas 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


73 


Mrs. Brenda Wilkins 


Mr. Giles M. Robertson '27 


Mr. Philip M. Snyder III '50 


Richmond, Virginia 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Nancy Robertson 


Mrs. Johanna Snyder 


Colonel Paul S. Trible, Sr. 


Mr. A. Garland Williams '23 


Richmond, Virginia 


Chapel Hill, North Carolina 


Mrs. Katherine Trible 


Mrs. Virginia Williams 


Dr. Fred D. Robinson '54 


Mr. S. Bruce Spencer '37 


(Paul '68) 


Berryville, Virginia 


Mrs. Barbara Robinson 


Mrs. Gladys Spencer 


Kilmarnock, Virginia 


Mr. Gordon C. WUlis '42 


Midlothian, Virginia 


Farmvilie, Virginia 


Dr. E. Randolph Trice '44 


Mrs. Jean Willis 


Mr. W. Randolph Robinson '69 


The Honorable William B. Spong, 


Mrs. Virginia Trice 


Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Lynne Robinson 


Jr. '41 HD'68 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. William T Wilson '60 


Laurel, Maryland 


Mrs. Virginia Spong 


Dr. Robert P. Trice '40 


Covington, Virginia 


Mr. Philip deButts Rome '68 


Portsmouth, Virginia 


Mrs. Edmonia Trice 


Mr. Charles F. Witthoefft '68 


Mrs. Vivian Rome 


Mr. William F. Spotswood, Jr. '34 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Lane Witthoefft 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. Sally Spotswood 


Mr. Joseph T. Trotter '35 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mr. Robert F. Rosenbaum '54 


Irvington, Virginia 


Mrs. Banna Price Trotter 


Mr. Roy C. Wood '65 


Mrs. Judith Rosenbaum 


Mr. P. Warren Spratley, Jr. '49 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 


Mrs. Christina Wood 


McLean, Virginia 


Mrs. Catherine Spratley 


Dr. C. Wayne Tucker (F) 


McLean, Virginia 


Mr. William J. Rue '36 — deceased 


Hampton, Virginia 


Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 


Mr. and Mrs. Peter Worthen 


Mrs. Ellen Rue 


Dr. Peter W. Squire '48 


Mr. James M. Turner '56 


(Thachcr '93) 


Belle Haven, Virginia 


Mrs. Nancy Squire 


Danville, Virginia 


Birmingham, Alabama 


Mr.' C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64 


Emporia, Virginia 


Mr. and Mrs. George Tydings 


Dr. Hugh Orian Wrenn '46 


Norfolk, Virginia 


Mr.W.W.Stanfield.Jr. 


(Oiase '92) 


Mrs. Nancy Wrenn 


Dr. William G. Sale III '62 


Mrs. Alice Stanfield 


Laytonsville, Maryland 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mrs. June Sale 


(Will '92 and Mercer '94) 


Mr. Dennis M. Uhrich '71 


Mr. George Wright '48 


Charleston, West Virginia 


Wilmington, North Carolina 


Mrs. Carolyn Uhrich 


Mrs. Diane Wright 


Mr. Edward L. Sanders '56 


Mr. R Curtis Steele, Jr. '67 


Kendall Park, New Jersey 


New York, New York 


Mrs. Anne Sanders 


Mrs. Anne Steele 


Mr.T.C.Vaiden,Jr. 


Dr. EdwinS.Wysor'4l 


Spartanburg, South Carolina 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Mrs. Helen Vaiden 


Mrs. Grace Wysor 


Mr. John B. Sartain '65 (T) 


Mr. Alan D. Stein '60 


Richmond, Virginia 


Mechanicsville, Virginia 


Mrs. Merrily Sartain 


Mrs. Brenda Stein 


Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Sr. 


Mr. Emmett D. Yancey '60 


Dallas, Texas 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 


Ooe '63) 


Mrs. Betsy Yancey 


Mr. William T. Saunders, Jr. '60 


Mr. Leon K. Stepanian, Jr. 


Alexandria, Virginia 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


Mrs. Paula Saunders 


Mrs. Linda Stepanian 


Mrs. George F. Walker 


Mr. Neil W. Yeargin '63 


Newport News, Virginia 


(Mark '93) 


Sea Island, Georgia 


Mrs. Martha Yeargin 




Manakin Sabot, Virginia 




Greensboro, Nonh Carolina 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Zakas 






1 — 


n 




Atlanta, Georgia 




( 









lOOn-01 HONOR ROM. OF nONOR.S 






1 1 

THE TIGER CLUB 1990-91 

Honoring Donors of $500 to $999 


1925 


1945 


1960 


Mr. Philip M. Grab ill, Jr. 


Mr. Howard D. MacPherson 


Dr. C. Barrie Cook 


Mr. William G. Benson 


Mr. Paul S. Roper 




Mr. T. Frank Crowder 


Mr. August A. DIerz III 




1929 


Dr. Lonnic B. Dickens, Jr. 


Dr. Lewis H. Drew (S) 


1972 


Mr. William S. Adkisson, Jr 




Mr. August A. Dietz III 


Mr. Walter W. Miller III 




1946 


Dr. Joseph C. Hill ier 




1931 


Mr. August A. DietzIII 


Mr. Garnett F. Smith 


1973 


Mr. Gjpeland E. Adams 


Mr. Ronald C. Shiflert 


Dr. Paul F. White 


Dr. James E. Ames IV 
Dr. Bcnnie W. Good 


1932 


1947 


1961 


Dr. Samuel M. Janney II 


Mr. Joseph B. Farrar 


Mr. Charles B. Pearson, Jr. 


Dr. Lewis W. Bridgforth 


Mr. Sidney H. Kirstein 


Mr. Fred L. Garrett, Jr 


Mr. RobenP. Stickley,Jr. 


Dr.GeorgeJ.McVeyHD'76 


1974 


1933 


1949 


1962 


Mr. B. Boyd Johnson 


Mr. John A. Hopkins 


The Rev. James E. Drinkard 


Mr. William J. Nelson, Jr. 


Dr. Lawrence B. Kelly 




Dr. W. Graham Stephens 


Dr. R, Lewis Royster, Jr. 


Mr. John E. Legard III 


1934 




Mr. Joseph M. RufFm, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas M. Mishoe, Jr. 


Dr. Francis R. Whitchousc 


1950 




Mr. Thomas R Scon, Jr. 




Mr. Tate Cox Buchanan 


1963 




1935 


Mr. Samuel M. Cole, Jr 


Mr. Gerald M. Pace 


1975 


Mr. D. Rankin Hervey 


Mr. Lewis B. Goode, Jr. 


Mr. Walter O. Smith III 


Mr. Timothy B. Hampton 


Dr. James B. Massey, Jr. 


Dr. Samuel B. Ryburn 


1965 


Dr. George P. Piros 


1936 


1951 


Mr. Thomas U. Dudley 


1976 


Dr. E. Claybrook GrifFith 


Dr. Nelson M. Fox, Jr. 


Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin, Jr. 


Mr. William L. Bowles 




Dr. Robert H. Ramey, Jr. HD 77 


Dr. Dixon M. Rollins 


Dr.JohnE. Brtish,Jr. 


1937 


Mr. Robert B. Wrenn 


Dr. Theodore R Smith, Jr. 


Dr. John P. Delaney 


Mr. Alexander P. Burruss 






Mr. C. Joseph Haley 


Mr. Alexander B. Dickinson 


1952 


1966 


Mr. Richard D. Holcomb 


Mr. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. 


Dr. Charles H. Peterson, Jr. 


Dr. Daniel W.Mason III 


Dr. George J. McVey 


Mr. Stuart M. Farrar 


Dr. John B. Schug 


Mr.JosephD. Miles III 




Dr. John H. Hall, Jr. 


Dr. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr. 


Mr. W. Waverley Townes 


1977 






Mr. LawrenceJ. Tweel 


Dr. Larry P. Levin 


1938 


1953 


Mr. RicksS.Voight,Jr. 


Mr. FUchard W. McLain 


Dr. Russell E. Fox 


Mr. Henry M. Read 


Mr. Roy R. Wimmer 




Mr. Robert M. Richardson 






1978 




1954 


1967 


Mr. Craig P. Kiely 


1939 


Mr. James I. Slaydon, Jr. 


Mr. Richard B. Madden 


Mr. Edward V. O'Hanlan 


Mr. Lewis D. Evans 


Dr. R. Dean Tester 


Dr. Randall W. Powell 


Mr. Thomas W. Osgood 


Mr. Nathan B. Hail 


The Hon.J. M.H.Willis, Jr. 


Dr. Kearfon M. Stone 


Mr. William D. Redd 






Mr. Wayne T. Tennent 


Mr. Paul E. Smith 


1940 


1955 






Dr. Robert P. Barrell 


Mr. W. abell Rives III 


1968 


1979 


Mr. Dewey W. Mann 




Mr. Pendleton M. Shiflert III 


Mr. Robert V. Hatcher III 




1956 


Mr. Samuel S. Shiplert 


Dr. Joseph A. Leming 


1941 


Dr.J. MillsBrirt,Jr. 


Mr. Martin H. Sugg 




Mr.J.E. Berry 


Dr. William P. Edmondson, Jr 




1980 




Dr. John A. Rawls 


1969 


Mr. MarceliusJ. Best, Jr. 


1942 


Mr. J. Shelby White 


Mr. Dale M. Hodges 


Mr. Ronald L. Fischer, Jr. 


Mr. Patrick H. Booth. Jr. 




Dr. Wallace C.Nunley, Jr. 




Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. 


1957 


Mr. J. G. Overstrcct 


1982 




Mr. William R Gardner, Jr. 


Mr. John T. Percy, Jr. 


Mr. James B. Gurley, Jr. 


1943 








Dr. John B. Catlctt 


1958 


1970 


1983 


Mr. William B.EIwang, Jr. 


Mr. John Carlisle Priddy 


Mr. Michael J. Adelman 


Mr. Benjamin R Harvey, Jr 


Mr. Allan L Fox, Jr. 


Dr. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. 


Mr. Kenneth E. Childresss 




Mr. Joe C. Hereford 


Dr. PcterRosaneliil.Jr. 


Mr. WestbrookJ. Parker 


1984 

Mr. PeterA. B. Hoblitzelllll 


1944 


1959 


1971 


Mr. Todd A. Weinert 


Mr. James T. Hopkins, Jr. 


Mr. James G. Ferneyhough 


Mr. Charles Y. Oldwell III 








1 — 


^ 


'At. John P. Gayle, Jr. 










/ 









1989 

Mr. Joseph Andrew Grant 



PARENTS 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Faussemagne 

Mr. & Mrs. Bren E. Finucane 



John F. Abele, Sr. 
Edwin D. Brooks, Jr. 
Henry P. Qifford 
James H. Fannon, Jr. 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Mr. & Mrs. Philip D. Flemion 
Mr. & Mrs. James D. Forbes 
Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Goodwin 
Mrs. R. Bryan Grinnan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Buford T. Lumsden 
Dr. & Mrs. John L. Moran 
Mr. & Mrs. David D. Owen 
Mrs. WilUam S. Patterson 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Jake Rasor, Jr. 
Mr. John L. Roper III 



Dr. & Mrs. Richard L. Saliade 
Mrs. Anna H. Steele 
Mr. & Mrs. David J. H. Stinson 
Mr. & Mrs. George E. Taylor 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo T. Zoby, Jr. 

FRIENDS 

Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph H. Bunzl 
Dr. & Mrs. William F. Dorrill 
Dr. James B. Gates, Jr. 



Dr. & Mrs. William C. Holbrook 
(F') 

Mr. & Mrs. Warren Kernodle (S) 
Dr. & Mrs. Amos Lee Laine (F) 
Mr. Lawrence H. Martin 
Dr. & Mrs. David W. Richardson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Showalter 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. Watkins, Sr. 











th: 


E HILL CLUB 199( 

Honoring Donors of $350 to $499 


)-91 


1929 


1951 


1969 


1978 


Dr. Robert S. Lancaster HD '80 


The Rev. Dr. A. Heath Light HD 


Mr. John A. Forbes III 


Mr. A. Macauley Aron, Jr. 




'87 


Mr. Robert R. Hanen 


Mr. David M. Clough 


1930 




Mr. Edward M.Schaafl 11 


Mr. DavidH. LaMottcJr. 


Dr. Wailiam A. Johns 


1952 




Lt.JohnW.Iraiy 




Mr. Numa P. Bradner 


1970 


Mr. Robert H. Whitt, Jr. 


1931 


Mr. Roben S. Mathews 


Mr. K. Michael Kines 




The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. 




Mr. Richard H. MerriU 


1979 




1953 


Mr. Charles D. Robison III 


Mr. B. Elliott Bondurant 


1932 


Mr. Robert LSafFellc. Jr. 






Mr. C. Theodore Ripberger, Jr. 




1971 


1980 




1954 


Mr. John B. Adams, Jr. 


Mr. John D. Burke 


1938 


Dr. George M. Williams 


Dr. Donald E. Carwile 


Mr. Wade H. O. Kirfjy 


The Rev. Lundy M. Barkley 




Mr. Vincent D. Hardy 




Mr. G. Gilmer Craddock 


1955 


Mr. J. Christopher Henderson 


1981 


Dr. Herbert F. Webb 


Mr. James C. Robbins 


Dr. A. Clayborn Hendricks 
Mr. Andrew G. Hoffman 


Capt. L. Rucker Snead III 


1939 


1957 


Mr. John W. Luxton 


1983 


Dr. D. Scott Scars 


Mr. Robert H.Walker. Jr. 


Mr. Frank B. McCann 
Mr. Robert W.Woltz. Jr. 


Mr. Thomas R. Atkinson 


1940 


1958 




1984 


Dr. William B. White 


Dr. Philip C. Davis 


1972 


Mr. Charles E. Agpe III 






Mr. Robert B. Hamlett 


Mr. Alan F. Garrison 


1941 


1959 


Dr. BartyN. Parsley 


Mr. Nathanael K. Pendley 


The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson, Jr. 


Mr. William R. Hess 


Mr. David W. Shelor 


Mr. A. Churchill Young IV 


Dr. Frederick T. Edmunds 


Dr. J. Robert Hippcnsteele 


Dr. W. T. Van Noitwick 






Mr. Fred G. Warren 




1986 


1942 




1973 


Mr. Charles H. Cantus 


Dr. W.Keith Eubank. Jr. 


1960 


Dr. William B. Parker 






Dr. William Coscenbader, Jr. 




PARENTS 


1943 


Mr. John F. Graves 


1974 


Mr. Elmer Billman 


Mr. William H. Qarke 


Dr. William A. Robertson 


Dr. Clifford A. Nonin^am III 


Mr. & Mis. R. Braxton Culler III 


Mr. John P. Harrison, Jr. 


Mr. Gilbert H. Sayres 


Mr. L Stephen Waldrop, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Horace A. Deane, Jr. 


Mr. Francis Y. Savage 






Mrs. Joseph S. Gillespie 




1962 


1975 


Mr. & Mrs. R, Kinnan Golemon 


1944 


Mr. Thomas S. Tredway 


Mr. Charles T. Baskervill 


Mr. & Mrs. Dennis F. Harrup, Jr. 


Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. 




Mr.WaiiamB.May,Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph D. Hellams 


Mr. Walter D. Shields 


1963 




Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Martin, Jr. 




Dr. Wade H. Saunders III 


1976 


Mrs. C.H. Pettyjohn. Jr. 


1945 


Dr. Kenneth N. Scott 


Dr. W. W. Samuel Buder 


Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Redd 


Mr. Lewis E. H. Brandon 




Mr. C. Thomas Ebel 






1965 


Mr. Harry George III 


FRIENDS 


1947 


Mr. George W. Macon III 


Mr. John C. Middleton 


Mr. W. Neil Hammerstrom 


Mr. William N. Gilmer 




Mr. Richard C. Walker. Jr. 


Dr. Horst Meyer 


Mr. George H. Leary 


1966 




Mr. Harold J. Protsman 




Mr. Glenn C. Vau^n 


1977 




1948 




Mr. David R. Hardie 




Mr. Robett C. Jones 


1967 


Mr. William B. Howard 






Dr. C. Bruce Alexander 


Mr.JohnR.MitcheU,Jr. 




1950 


The Hon. William C. Andrews III 






Dr. Julius T. Goodman 


Mr. Jerry W. Jenkins 






Mr. LcRoyY. HaUcJr. 


Mr. Thomas B. Kern 






Mr. Edward M. Spradey 


Mr. Leon Agee Lackey, Jr. 








Dr. William R, Nottingham, Jr. 




h 










'y 













1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF nONOR.S 






THKC 


:ES TURY CLUB 1 

Honoring Donors of $100 to $349 


990-91 


1920 


Dr. Walter E. Vest, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove 


Mr. Hugh H. Dunkum, Jr. 


Mr. John Bell Henneman 


Mr. Thomas R. Wallace 


Dr. John E. Husted 


Mr. Joseph B. Geyer 






Mr. Frank T.Hyde 


Mr. William C. Gibson, Jr. 


1924 


1935 


Mr. Prentiss D. Johnston, Jr. 


Dr. A. Lawson Hardie, Jr. 


Mr. William S. Evans 


Mr. Matthew M. Alexander 


Mr. XeAie. M.Jones 


Lt. Col. John F. Lewis, Jr. 




Mr. John I. Armstrong 


Dr. William B. Leftwich 


The Rev. Byron L. Milton 


1925 


Mr. R. Lee Chambliss, Jr. 


Dr. Frank M. Ripberger 


Dr. Ray A. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. John D. Simpson 


Mr. Leonard B. Chittum 


Mr. Wellford L. Sanders 


Mr. Clarence T. Orgain 




Mr. Jeffress S. Dortch, Jr. 


Dr. W. Conrad Stone 


Mr. Thomas C. Ruff 


1926 


The Rev. Bernard E. Dotson 


Mr. John H. Temple 


Dr. Robert G. Schultz 


Mr. Maury F. LcSueur 


Mr. Oscar P. Fitzgerald, Jr. 


Dr. William W. Walton 


Col. Clayton B. Tasker 


Mr. Samuel L. Robinson 


Mr. Thomas J. Holden, Jr. 


Dr. Thomas W. Williams 


Mr. Robert E. Taylor 




Mr. Paul M. Lantz 




Mr. W. Leigh Taylor 


1927 


Mr. Andrew K. Leake 


1939 


The Rev. Thomas T. Traynham, 


Dr. W. Dabney Jarman 


Mr. Richard E. Lewis 


Mr. James M. Blanton, Jr. 


Jr. 




Mr. Owsley W. Sanders 


Mr. Donald C. Farnsworth 


Mr. James W. Wilson III 


1928 


Mr. Ted S. Tower 


Mr. Lowery D. Finley, Jr. 




The Rev. E. Raynard Arehan 


Mr.A.A.Waldrop,Jr. 


Dr. C. O. Finne,Jr. 


1942 


Mr. R. Russell Neely 


Dr. Mark By rd Williams 


Mr. John H. Gilliam, Jr. 


Col. Charles H.Bealc, Jr. 






Dr. E. Milton Kellam 


Dr. A. C. Buchanan, Jr. HD '69 


1929 


1936 


Mr. Thomas H. Lightner 


Mr. Walter H.Cobbs, Jr. 


Mr. Turner McDowell, Jr. 


Mr. William H. Armstrong HD 


Mr.RalphM.O'Hair.Jr. 


Dr. Edward G. Davis, Jr. 




•86 


Mr. Fred W. Palmore, Jr. 


Dr. J. William Dixon, Jr. 


1930 


Dr. J. Garnett Bruce, Jr. 


Dr. W. Taylor Reveley 11 HD 71 


Mr. J. Marshall Doswell, Jr. 


Mr. Henry H. Beanie 


Mr. Arthur E. Carver, Jr. 


(President emeritus) 


Mr. Walter M. Engle 


The Rev. Leonard W. Topping, 


Mr. Walter C. Crawley 


Dr. Ashton Stewart 


Mr. Kossen Gregory 


Sr. 


Mr. William B. Douglass, Jr. 


Lt. Col. Randolph L. Tribble 


Mr. John P. Harlow, Jr. 




Mr. John W. Eure, Jr. 




The Hon. William P. Hay, Jr. 


1931 


Mr. Howard H. Hanmer, Jr. 


1940 


Mr. Frank S. Heidelbach 


The Rev. Edward J. Agsten 


Dr. Daniel E. Jenkins 


Mr. William H, Boyd 


The Rev. George R. Holden 


Mr.JohnK.McGirt 


Mr. Robert D.Johnson 


The Rev. David C. Crawford, Jr. 


Dr. Kenneth L. HoUenbeck 


The Rev. Luther L. Price 


Mr. Joseph T. Maginnis 


Mr. Lester L. Dillard 


Dr. Thomas M. Horsley, Jr. 


Mr. C. Wilder Watts, Jr. 


Cmdr. Frank M. Morton, Jr. 


Dr. John C. Foushee 


Dr. Allyn G. Janney 




Mr. William P. Price 


Dr.JohnB. Fuller 


Dr. Edgar F. Jessee 


1932 


Mr. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 


Dr.JohnT.Goodelll 


Mr. Samuel W. McGann, Jr. 


Mr. Charles P. Blackley 


Mr. C. Daniel Shclburne 


Mr. Leigh B. Hanes, Jr. 


Dr. William G. Painter, Jr. 


Mr. Paul G. Boone 




Mr. Homer P. Hatten 


Dr. Edwin B. Vaden 


Mr. Benjamin P. Franklin 


1937 


Mr. CaryA. Huner 


Dr. Douglas Venable 


The Rev. Robert M. C. Griswold 


Mr.JohnR.Baskervill 


Dr. William R. Kay 


Mr. Linton B.Ward, Jr. 


The Rev, Frank C. King 


Mr. Clyde H. Bliss 


Mr. Paul B. Lacy, Jr. 


Mr. Lewis M. White 


Mr. W.Alan Smith 


The Rev. Dr. Marvin K. Compher 


Mr. Hunter M. Leach 


Mr. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr. 


Mr. H. Rogers Thomas 


Mr. Arthur E. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas B. Mason 


Mr. John N. Wilson. Jr. 




Dr. William R. Jones, Sr. 


Dr. Virgil R. May, Jr. 


Dr. James M. Wolcort, Jr. 


1933 


Dr. Robert H. Loving 


Mr. Everen T. Meredith 




Mr. Kenneth S. Coombs 


Dr. Lloyd F. Moss 


Mr. Harold L Mitchell 


1943 


Mr. Joseph L. Hudson 


Mr. Herbert S. Newman, Jr 


Dr. Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. 


Mr. H. Carlisle Bean 


Mr. John J. Lawson II 


Mr. Charles G. Parte rson, Jr. 


Dr. J. Davison Philips 


Dr. Frank M. Blanton 


Mr. Robert C. Lewis 


Mr. Frank D. Pollard 


Dr.JohnM. Radiff 


Dr. Gilbert S.Campbell. Jr. 


Mr. Wallace G. Link 


Dr. Thomas W. Roberts 


Mr. Hugh M. Scamans 


Dr. Joseph W.Coxe III 


Mr. Shirley E. Mullens 


Mr. I. Webb Surrart 


Mr. William P. Snavely 


Mr. Douglass C. Crummert 


The Rev. Edgar J. Nottingham III 


Mr. William D. Temple 


Mr. Herbert R. Stokes 


Dr. Austin L. Dodson, Jr. 


Mr. Edwin S. Painter 


Mr. John Drcwry Westbrook 


Dr. Ralph M.Stokes, Jr. 


The Rev. Dr. A. D. Ellison. Jr. 


Dr. Alfred H. Stuart 


Mr.JamesA. Whitlock 


Dr. Robert C. Vaughan, Jr. 


Dr. Hugh Fitzptrick III 


Mr. E. Franklin Younger, Jr. 


Dr. William R. Whitman, Jr. 


Mr. Emory S. Waldrep 


Mr. William C. Garrett 




The Hon. J. Taylor Williams 


Lt. Col. A. A. Williams 


Dr. William T. Gladden, Jr. 


1934 




Mr. Edward R. Young 


Mr. Jesse R. Hopkins 


Dr. Horace H. Custis, Jr. 


1938 




Dr. W. Robert Irby 


Mr. Robert H. Edmunds 


Dr. Martin Donelson.Jr. 


1941 


Dr. H. Carl Messerschmidt. Jr. 


Mr. James D. Finley 


Dr. David L. Greenlees 


Dr. James L. Bugg, Jr. 


Dr. Robert P. Moore 


Mr. Wallace Nalle Hudgins 


Dr. William T. Hall 


Dr. Walter R. Chitwood, Sr. 


Mr. John P. Sivell 


Dr. Edward V. Siegel 


Mr. Harrison Hancock 


1 




vir. Hiomas L Curric 


The Hon. Robert B. Spencer. Jr. 








lu 















Mr. Walter C. Sprye 


Mr. H. Otis Copley 


1 
Mr. William H. Robertson 


1955 


Dr. Richard M. Stephenson 


Mr. Charles H.Eure, Jr. 


Mr. John Cutler Robinson '51 


Dr. Robert B. Allen 


Dr. Gary G. Surer 


Mr. William D. Gallalee 


The Rev. Dr. J. Shepherd Russell, 


Col. E. H. Benson 


Dr. Frank E. Taylor 


Mr. Jack A. Glascock 


Jr. HD '85 


Mr. Douglas A. Bryant 


Mr. Edward W. Wolcott 


Mr. William P. Grosedose 


Mr. Charles W. Smith, Jr. 


Mr. Horace E. Costley, Jr. 




Mr. H. WiUiam Hoffman HD '80 


Mr. Edwin Smith 


Mr. John Worth Crandall 


1944 


TTie Rev. Dr. John M. Irvine, Jr. 


Mr. Herman H. Walton, Jr. 


Mr. Robert E. Curtis, Jr. 


Dr. Eugene R. Bcbeau 


Mr. Frank Davis Luck III 


Mr. John D. Wilson 


Mr. William Daugjitrey, Jr. 


Mr. Waldo H. Beck 


Dr. Winfield Massie 




Mr. Guy O. Farley, Jr. 


Mr. Heniy W. Brockenbrough 


Mr. Claude W. Milam 


1952 


Mr. Thomas E. Glascock 


Mr. Charles Burgess 


TheRev. WentzJ.MJIer 


Dr. Charles C. Binford 


The Hon. Amos C. Saunders 


Mr. Robert C. Coleburn 


The Rev. Arthur H. Stevens, Jr. 


The Rev. Warren C. Brannon, Sr 


Mr. Richard L. Waymack 


Dr. John Q. Hanen 


Mr. A. Gordon Van Ness, Jr. 


Dr. Richard M. Frazer 


Dr. Philip P. Wilson 


Mr. Henry M. Jarvis 


Mr. Edwin D. Warinner 


The Hon. J. Samuel Glasscock 




Mr. Turner C. Laramore, Jr. 


Dr. William L Wilson HD '62 


Dr. Uoyd T. Griffith 


1956 


Mr. Loren L. Parker, Jr. 




Dr. William T. Johnson 


Mr. Arthur M. Baugh 




1950 


The Rev. Claud W. McCauley 


Dr. Gilbert H. Bryson 


1945 


Mr. John D. Alfriend 


Mr. Hobson C. McGehee, Jr. 


Mr. Frank G. Carrington, Jr. 


The Hon. John E. DeHardit 


Mr. Richard J. Basto 


Mr. Harvey B. Morgan 


Mr. William T. Carrington, Jr. 


Mr. Malcombe Rust Foley 


Mr. George T. Bryson, Jr. 


Dr. Benjamin R. Ogburn 


Mr. Robert J. Dennis 


Mr. Henry H. Galusha.Jr. 


Mr. Lynn P. Chewning 


Dr. George S. Richardson HD '63 


Mr. John R. Fisher HI 


Dr. Harvey W.Goode, Jr. 


Dr. Frank E. Flora 


The Rev. W. Ramsey Richardson 


Mr. Richard M. Geoghegan 


Mr. Waiiam L Harvie 


Dr. T. Winston Gouldin 


Mr. Austin M. Saffer, Jr. 


Mr. Lawrence H. Hoover, Jr. 


Mr. James M. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. R. George Hubbard 


Mr. Stuart A. Talbott 


Mr. Langhorne Jones, Jr. 


Mr. RalphD. Keightley,Jr. 


Mr. William A. Hunter 


Dr. Marcellus E. Waddill 


Mr. PhUlip W. Key 


Dr. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. 


Mr. Robert E. Johnson 


Mr. Ballard P. Wood 


The Hon. James E. Kulp 


Mr. WUliam R. L. Smith III 


Mr. Henry L. Jones 


Mr. Howard A. Wynne, Jr. 


Mr. G.Otis Mead 111 


Mr. George R. Stuart 


Dr. Russell C. MacDonald 




Mr. William O. Moseley, Jr. 


Mr.EariS.Vass,Jr. 


Dr. William W. Martin, Jr. 


1953 


Mr. Frank L. Nanney, Jr. 


Mr.RDbertP.Winfield,Jr. 


Mr. William M. Mcllwaine 


Mr. Jerome M. Adams 


Dr. Robert M. Pilcher, Jr. 




Mr. James V. Morgan, Sr. 


Dr. Charles C Ashby 


Mr. William T. Reed III 


1946 


Mr. Paul M. Nicholls 


Mr. Joseph M. Bagley 


Mr. John F. Richards 


Mr. John G. Armistead 


Mr. M. Scott Niningcr, Jr. 


Mr. George E. Bahen, Jr. 


Mr. John E. Sadler, Jr. 


Mr. Stratford W. Butterworth 


Mr. C. Robert Peery 


Mr. Vernon D. Dawson 


Mr. Richard B. Sessoms 


Mr. Cabell F. Cobbs 


Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. 


Mr. William C. Fitzgerald 


Mr. John W.Sherman III 


Dr. William S. Coxe 


Dr. John M. Quarles 


Mr. Albert C. Ford 


Mr. Halsey W.Smith, Jr. 


Mr. Claiborne W. Craddock 


Mr. Roben D. Richards 


Mr. A. Cabell Ford, Jr. 


Dr. James H. Smith 


Mr. F. Byrd Holloway 


Mr. James P. Saxe 


Mr. Charles B. Fraley 


Mr. Herman B. Walker 


Dr. W. Austin McClellan 


Mr. Fred L. Silbernagel, Jr. 


Mr. Paul M. Kelley 


Mr. Calvin N.Warfield, Jr. 


Mr. Charles W. Merriam, Jr. 


Dr. D. Simpson Tomkies 


Dr. Hubert E. Kiser, Jr. 


Mr. Bernard L. Woody, Jr. 


Mr. Lindsay Mount 


Mr. James L. Trinkle (T) 


Mr. Harry G. McGinn, Jr. 




Mr. Robert A. Scott 


Dr. John H. Vansant 


Mr. J. Carroll Melton II 


1957 


Dr. Charles C. Travis, Jr. 


Mr. Wyndham P. Walke, Jr. 


Mr. Owen R. Minter 


Mr. William H.Drumeller 




Mr. William B. Wall 


Mr. Harry J. Nanney 


Mr. James L. Hatcher, Jr. 


1947 


Mr. John E. White 111 


Dr. William M. Oppenhimer 


The Rev. Dr. Edgar C. Mayse 


Mr. William J. Cantwell 




Mr. Thomas E. Reed 


Mr. Joseph S. Myers 


Mr. Alfred T.Curlee 


1951 


Mr. Roney Rowland 


Dr. William L. Odom 


Dr. O. W. Lacy 


Mr. Lawrence T. Berry, Jr. 


Mr. J. Edwin Stanfield 


Mr. C. Graham Pembroke, Jr. 


Mr.J.CullenCLeigh 


Mr. Joseph D. East 


Mr. E. Kemper Uhler, Jr. 


Mr. Sumner R. Pugh, Jr. 




Mr. Robert L. Ennis 




Mr. Michaux Raine III 


1948 


Mr. A. Conrad Frey, Jr. 


1954 


Mr. Clyde E. Shelton 


Mr. William E. Atkinson 


Mr. Howell L. Gruver 


Lt. Col. Edwin J. Andrews, Jr. 


Mr. J. P. Vaughan 


Dr. Frank S. Blanton, Jr 


Mr. Walter V.Hall 


Mr. Ben James Bowers 


Mr. T. Ashby Watts HI 


The Rev. TTiomas W. Foley 


Mr. William O. E. Humphreys 


Mr. Dilworth S. Cook, Jr. 


Mr. FletcherJ. Wright III 


Mr. Donald Lee Garlock 


Mr. Wilbcrt T. James III 


Dr. John A. Cross, Jr. 




Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer, Jr. 


Mr. Albert S. Kemper III 


Mr. Carter B. S. Furr 


1958 


Mr. George J. Kostel 


Mr. Edward P. Kinney, Jr. 


Mr. Rives S. Hardy 


Mr. Corydon M. Baylor, Jr. 


Mr.JohnH. Michaiek 


Mr. David S. McQung II 


Dr. R. Douglas Humphrey, Jr. 


Dr. J. George Buston II 


Dr. McHenry Peters, Jr. 


Mr. Robert P. McLean 


Dr. David Lee Litchfield 


Major J. Thomas Clark III 


Mr. Roy C. Rhodes 


Dr. John H. Moling III 


Mr. Gordon M. Lucey 


Dr. R. Ben Dawson, Jr. 


Mr. Charles H. Rolston 


Mr. B. F. Moomaw, Jr. 


Mr. Joe S. Maupin 


Dr. William L. Griggs III 


Mr. Hubert S. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. Walter V.Moore, Jr. 


Mr. William H. Plank 


Mr. Thorn F. Hanes 


Mr. P. Edmond Virgili 


Dr. V. Atwell Motley, Jr. 


Mr. Harold R. Spencer 


Mr. Robert W. Humphreys 


Mr. William F. Watkins, Jr. 


Mr. Richard E. Nolan 


Mr. H. Benjamin Vincent, Sr. 


Dr. Wellford W.Inge, Jr. 


Mr. Plumer W. Wiseman 


Mr.JohnR-O'ConnelLJr. 


Mr. Joseph L. Wallace, Jr. 


Mr. Henry C. Irby 




Mr. C. Lear Ponton 


Dr. K.K.Wallace, Jr. 


Mr. R. Maxwell Meador 


1949 


Mr. Eugene T. Rilee, Jr. 


Mr. A. Ford Zehmer 


Mr. James C. Melvin 


Mr. Wesley G. Andrews, Jr. 


Dr. Clement J. Robblns 111 




Mr. William C Richardson, Jr. 


Mr. William N. Balas 


Mr. John A. Robertson 


1 






Mr. Edward C. Shepherd IV 








1 1 











lOOn-01 HONOR ROIl. OF nONOR.^ 






Mr. John Hardy Waters III (S) 


Mr. David F. Lykins 


Dr. John R. Barker 


Mr. W. Daniel MacGill III 




Mr. Irvin Owings 111 


Mr. Doddridge H. Biaen 11 


Mr. James D. Mapp, Jr. 


1959 


Dr. Dudley A. Raine, Jr. 


Mr. R. JeflFrey Bowker 


Mr. Waiiam R. Miller III 


Mr. William O. Bryant 


Mr. Archibald Robertson 111 


Dr. John G. Claudy 


Mr. Roger L. Morton 


Mr. Robert W. Carter 


Mr. William N. Sashcr 


Dr. James F. Cope 


Dr. E. Blackford Noland, Jr. 


Mr. Stuart W. Copeland 


Mr. Daniel H. Shancr 


Mr. R. Madison Cummings, Jr. 


Mr.J. Russell Parker 111 


Mr. Robert Q. Cunnin^am 


Mr. Nelson Showalter 


Mr. Herbert C.Gill, Jr. 


Mr. Richard E. Potter 


Dr. George D. Delo, Jr. 


Mr. Clarence O. Sligh, Jr. 


The Hon. Ray Wilson Grubbs 


Mr. Warren C. Redfcrn 


Mr. Alexander F.Dillard, Jr. 


Mr. Kent A. Smack 


The Hon. Stephen H. Helvin 


Mr. James A. Rosenstock, Jr. 


Mr. PhilipA. Hoge 


Mr. Harry H. Titus 


Mr. Edward C. Johnston, Jr. 


Mr. Peter W.Smith IV 


Mr. John N. Meadows, Jr. 


Mr. John T. Tompkins 111 


Mr. John T. King 


Mr. Lawrence T. Trice, Jr. 


Dr. Elbert P. Osborne, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas F. Williams, Jr. 


Dr. George F. Neal 


Dr. Remus S. Turner, Jr. 


Mr. Arthur W. Raine 


Mr. Herbert D.Wolff III 


Mr. David W. Reynolds 


Mr. Raindolph H. Watts 


Mr. Edward H. Richmond, Jr. 




Mr. James E. Robertson 


Mr. John P. Yeaman 


Mr. George E. Rickinan 


1963 


Mr. William F. Robinson, Jr. 




Mr. David A. Robb, Jr. 


Mr. Carl F. Bowmer 


Mr. Daniel E. Rogers 11 


1968 


Dr. Marvin W. Scott 


Mr. G. Grayson Boyce 


Mr. G. Dalton Schreck 


Mr. Ronald W. Axselle 


Mr.R.KingWaddiU 


Mr. Richard H. Cardwell 


Dr. Allan C. Sundin 


Mr. Walter C. Barco 


Mr. R. Tyler Whitley 


Mr. William D. Cassidy 111 


Mr. Kenneth E. Washburn 


Mr. E. C. Becker 


Mr. L. Barron Wood, Jr. 


Mr. Josh C. Cox, Jr. 


Mr. Charles H. Wheeler IV 


Mr. Horatio A. E. Bigelow 


Mr. Thomas S. Word, Jr. 


Mr. William S. Davidson 


Dr. Edward S. Wood 111 


Mr. George W. Boylan 




Mr. A. Murray Fisher 




Mr. F. Scott Campbell III 


1960 


Mr. Mervin A. Frantz, Jr. 


1966 


Dr. James T. Campen 


Mr. Dan H. Barkhouser 


Dr. C. Earl Guthrow, Jr. 


Mr. Dwight L. Andrews 


The Hon. James H. Chamblin 


Mr. Robert J. Burnette 


Mr. James W. Hardin 


Dr. Frank M. Booth III 


Mr. William T. Culpepper III 


Dr. Hawes Campbell III 


Mr. Samuel C. Harding, Jr. 


Mr. John M. Boswell 


Mr. Frank G. Davidson III 


Capt. Charles B. Collman 


Mr. Wyiiam W. Lowery III 


Dr. Richard B.Bowles, Jr. 


Mr. Frank P. Dickinson 


Dr. Benjamin M. Crowder 


Mr. Roderick B. Mathews 


Mr. Michael W. Brickey 


Mr. Conley L. Edwards III 


Mr. Roland W. Dodson 


Dr. Thomas R. McDaniel 


Mr. B.Louis Briel, Jr. 


Dr. J. Ttavers Edwards, Jr. 


Mr. F. Meriwether Fowlkcs, Jr. 


Dr. John W. Melton III 


Mr. James G. Bruce 111 


Mr. John D. Feldmann 


Mr. Edward H. Fox 


Dr. J. Davison Philips 


Mr. Theodore J. Burr, Jr. 


Dr. Lawrence E. Hightower 


Mr. William H. Goodwyn, Jr. 


Dr. Holman C. Rawls III 


Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III 


Dr.JohnD. Hugjies 


Mr. Leon W. Hawker, Sr. 


Mr. H. Kennedy Rcveley, Jr. 


Mr. John R. Cocke, Jr. 


Dr. Andrew K. Lcakc.III 


Mr. E. Martin Hedgepeth, Jr. 


Mr. John W. Romm, Jr. 


Mr. William B.Crawley, Jr. 


Mr. James B. Lee 


Mr. Thomas A. Hickman, Sr. 


Dr. Harvey F. Selden 


Mr. Robert E. Doyle, Jr. 


Mr. Milton D. Lytle 


Mr. Thomas H. Jones 


Dr.HaroldP.Sede.Jr. 


Mr. A. Jamieson Gregory 


Mr. John P. McLean 


Mr.JohnG.McNiel.Jr. 


Mr. J. Stuart Shelton 


Lt. Col. Donal F. Hartman, Jr. 


Mr. James R. McSpadden 


Dr. William E. Ovcrcash, Jr. 


Mr. Charles W. Sommardahl, Sr. 


Dr. Richard F. Hawkins, Jr. 


Mr. F. Bruce Patterson 


Dr. Thomas L. Sarvay, Jr. 


Dr. Sherrill W. Stockton, Jr. 


Mr. T. David Hinton 


The Hon. Paul M. Peatross, Jr. 


Mr. William G. Waters 


Mr. William W. Tennent 111 


Mr. E. M. Hopkins 


Dr. John W. Pendleton 




Mr. Rodney E. Williams 


Mr. David W. Leary 


Mr.E.K.Prewitt,Jr. 


1961 


Mr. David G.Wilson, Jr. 


Mr. Walter L. McKibbon 


Mr. DouglasP. Rucker,Jr. 


Mr. John M. Acken 




Dr. R. Carter Morris 


Mr. Ronald R. Tweel 


Mr. Leo R. Andrews, Jr. 


1964 


Mr. Michael W. Paulettc 


Dr. Thomas M. Walshe III 


Mr. Forest G. Began, Jr. 


Mr. L Philip Bailey, Jr. 


Dr. James E. Payne 


Mr. Robert L. Watt III 


Mr. Scott Broaddus 


Mr. Edwin B. Baker 


Mr. William J. Seegers 


Mr. Richard H. West 


Mr. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. 


Dr. George H. Beckwith 


Mr.WilliamA.Talley,Jr. 


Mr. D. M. Wcsterhouse, Jr. 


Mr. Edward K. Godsey, Jr. 


Mr. John H. Bergeron 


Mr. Joseph W. Tuck 


Mr. Corbin McCue Wilkes 


Mr. D. Roger Mower, Jr. 


Mr. W. Kent Carter, Jr. 


Mr. Travis J. Tysinger 


Mr. William F. Wilson II 


Mr. Robert K. Norfleet 


Mr. Michael D. Caver 




Mr. Richard W. Wiltshire, Jr. 


Dr. Kelley E. Overcash 


Mr. W. Bates Chappell 


1967 




Mr. David H. Smith II 


Dr. J. Charles Gills 


Dr. Robert B. Albee, Jr. 


1969 


Mr. J. Robert Stump 


Dr. Allen M. Glasgow 


Mr. Ernest W. Bell III 


Dr. John M. Bass 




Mr. Edwin H. Graves, Jr. 


Mr. John O. Boyd 111 


Dr. Richard C. Bell 


1962 


Mr. Robert L. Hines, Jr. 


Mr. William C Childrey 


Mr. Charles R. Cobb 


Mr. Robert W. Batten 


Mr. R. Devereuxjarratt 


Mr. Charles B. Cocke 


Mr. J. Leonard Cobb 


Mr. William T. Butler, Jr. 


Mr. Clyde C. Lamond 111 


Mr. James P. Councill III 


Mr. Arthur G. Costan III 


Mr. William T. Garden 


Mr. Stephen C. Levcrton 


Dr. Alan T. Elliott 


Mr. Burke H. Graver, Jr. 


Dr. Raymond L. Claterbaugh 


Mr. H. Timothy Little 


Dr. Charles W. Ford 


Mr. W, Lawson Grant 


Dr. Phillip M. Cook 


Mr. L. Cecil Long 


Mr. Rodney G. Goggin 


Mr. Philip W. Hughes 


Mr. Stuart Egerton II 


Dr. Giles M. Robertson, Jr. 


Mr. John P. Grove 


Dr. Michael E. King 


Mr.J. William Ferrell 111 


Dr. John D. Semones 


Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove, Jr. 


Mr. M. Lyle Lacy 111 


Mr. Fred L Garrett III 


The Hon. Charles H. Smith, Jr. 


Mr. Lei^ton S. Houck 


Mr. G. Bonner Lancaster, Jr. 


Mr. John R. Giymes 


Dr. Robert H. Welch 


Mr. Kenneth R. Hyde, Jr. 


Mr. William G. Lockwood III 


Dr. Randolph R. Hall 


The Hon. Thomas H. Wood 


Mr. Robert E.Johnson 


Mr. William M. Mason 


Mr. R.GarnettHall,Jr. 




Dr. Keith M. Jones 


Dr.J. FcderickMcNeer 


Mr. Paulus 1. Haynsworth 


1965 


Dr. Webb D. Jones 


Mr. Richard C. Morgan 


Mr. John R. Higg^ 


Dr. Joseph E. Agsten 


Mr. Harold B.Kellam, Jr. 


Mr. Norman deV. Morrison 


Mr. Tristram T. Hyde FV 


Dr. John E. Anfin 


1 




vir. Leon Agec Lackey, Jr. 


Mr. Hubert W.Nash. Jr. 








1 z 















HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 




^M 






Mr. Warren M. Pace, Jr. 


Mr. John 


4. Randolph 


Mr 


1 
Carter Noble, Jr. 


Major D. Robert Lawler 




Dr. Harry A. Raddin.Jr. 


Mr. Robert F. Ray 


Mr 


Irving H. Pritchett III 


Mr 


G. Patterson Manson, Jr. 




Mr. James H. Rhodes 


Dr. William F. Rayburn 


Mr 


Henry E. Ravenhorst 


Mr 


M. Holt Moran 




Mr. S. Rowell Sargeant, Jr. 


Mr. Robert M. Speaks 


Mr 


Phillip A. Short 


Dr. 


John S. Moss 




Mr. Clyde Arthur Smith, Jr. 


Mr. I. Keith Stone 


Mr 


N. Page Smith 


Mr 


Peter C. Pearson 




Dr. David A. Stulman 


Mr. H. Tinsley Taliaferro III 


Mr 


Sidney L. Stern 


Mr 


Robert P. Richardson 




Lt. Coi. Michael D. TUler 


Mr. J. Christopher Thomas 


Mr 


Robert D. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr 


E. Thomas Rilee III 




Mr. Gerald M. Walker 


Dr. James M.Wells, Jr. 


Dr. 


Julien K. Warren III 


Mr 


John L. Roper IV 




Mr. Richard L. Wobus 


Mr. William B. Wiltshire 


Mr 


J. Larry Williamson 


Mr 


Michael A. Rowland 






Mr. John W.Wright 


Mr 


Christopher L. Yates 


Mr 


ThaddeusRSheUylll 




1970 








Mr 


James S. Shropshire, Jr. 




Mr. William G. Barldey 


1972 


1974 


Mr 


Nick R Thomas 




Cmdr. Lindsay C. Blanton 


Mr. John G. August 


Mr 


Peter C. Bance 


Mr 


Armistead Traynham, Jr. 




Mr. David A. Bowers 


Mr. Charles W. Bishop 


Mr 


D. Bret Barger 


Mr 


Winston A. Turner 




Mr. Stratford W. Bunerwonh 


Mr. Clyde H. Bond 


Mr 


Martin S. Bounds 


Mr 


W.BidgoodWall.Jr. 




Mr. Paul H. Cookscy 


Mr. Stephen A. Bryant 


Mr 


G. Tyler Brooks III 


Mr 


Howard B. Waters 




Mr. E. Carter Elliott 


Dr. Wilson S. Comer, Jr. 


Mr 


Charles L. Cabell 








Mr. Mark E. Feldmann 


Mr. Tony D. Curtis 


Dr. 


Charles R Chiarello 


1976 1 




Mr. James O. Hillsman 


Major John W. Dennis, Jr. 


Mr 


John B. Coupland 


Mr 


Paul V. Anderson 




Mr. Robert W. Hutten 


Mr. Alexander C. Graham, Jr. 


Mr 


Robert V. Crowder III 


Mr 


Bruce B. Arnold 




Mr. Frank S.Johns II 


Dr. Eugene W.Hickok, Jr. 


Dr. 


John T. Curnes 


Mr 


W. Curtis Baker, Jr. 




The Rev. F. Qayton Matthews 


Mr. Bruce B. Hopkins 


Mr 


Stephen R Echols 


Mr 


Edgar J. D. Bance 




Mr. Jay A. Maynard 


Mr. Harold L. Hughey, Jr. 


Dr. 


Henry N. Elksnin 


Dr. 


William A. Blackman 




Mr. Olin R. Melchionna, Jr. 


Mr. John W. Humphries 


Mr 


W. Stuart Farmer, Jr. 


Mr 


James W. Bolton, Jr. 




Mr. William W. Muse 


Dr. Christopher James 


Mr 


Woodroof G. Fitzhugh 


Mr 


F. Lee Brown, Jr. 




Dr. Vincent H.Ober. Jr. 


Mr. Gregg K. Jones 


Mr 


Christopher Gallo 


Mr 


Pierce J. Brown 




Dr. James M. Pcery, Jr. 


Mr. Harry R King III 


Mr 


William C. Garrett, Jr. 


Mr 


MarkG. Burnerte 




Mr. J. Daniel Pond II 


Mr. Chaffraix A. Lelong, Jr. 


Dr. 


H. Nelson Gustin III 


Dr. 


Edward L. Carmines II 




Mr. Wendell B.Porterfieid, Jr. 


Mr. Michael A. Linsky 


Mr 


W.Lee Harris, Jr. 


Mr 


Michael B. Carroll 




Mr. William R. Pumphrey 


Mr. Robert C. Long, Jr. 


Mr 


R Leith Hartman 


Dr. 


F. Brian Clare, Jr. 




Mr. PaulL. Reiberlll 


Mr. John R Marks 


Mr 


Charles R Henderson, Jr. 


Mr 


Alan R Connelly 




Mr. Charles D. Robison III 


Mr. Peter H. McEachern 


Mr 


Richard J. Hollander. 


Mr 


Donald C. Cournow 




Dr. Robert E. Rude 


Mr. Edward B. Norfleet 


Mr 


Francis P. Jones, Jr. 


Dr. 


C. WiUiam Dabney 




Dr. Randolph E. Savage 


Mr. Daniel V. P. O'Connor 


Mr 


T. Douglass Jones III 


Mr 


John W. Ferrell 




Dr. John Philip Sherrod 


Mr. David R Price 


Mr 


George S. Khoury 


Dr. 


H. Gordon France, Jr. 




Mr. Norman K. Snook, Jr. 


Dr. Vance C. Shields 


Mr 


Stephen W. Mapp 


Mr 


Richard D. Garlock 




Mr. H. Watts Steger III 


Mr. E. Carter Whitley 


Mr 


Michael C. Nicholson 


Mr 


Ernest P. Gates, Jr. 




Mr.U. D.Sudduth.Jr. 


Dr. Robert B. Williams 


Mr 


Glenn A. Nunnery 


Mr 


Roger P. Glass 




Mr. Randolph P. Tabb, Jr. 




Mr 


Stephen L. Owen 


Dr. 


HughJ. Haganlll 




Dr. James L. Tompkins 


1973 


Mr 


Jeffrey J. Poole 


Mr 


T. Bradley Harris 




Mr. Lcroy B. Vaughan 


Mr. Charles F. Archer, Jr. 


Mr 


Frank M. Rawls 


Mr 


Richard Hailegrove 




Mr. James E. White, Sr. 


Dr. H. Scott Boswell 


Mr 


Charles L. Ricketts III 


Mr 


Philip B. Hereford 




Dr. Edward R. Win, Jr. 


Mr. Thompson C. Bowen III 


Mr 


Robert Lee Rogers 


Mr 


W. Frederick Hicks 






Dr. A. C. Buchanan III 


Mr 


Bradford B. Sauer 


Mr 


Edwin B. Horner III 




1971 


Mr. Frank C. Burnerte 


Mr 


David C. Schultheis 


Mr 


R Alan Johnston 




Mr. James Moore Allen 


Dr. Clarence Campbell III 


Dr. 


Robert H.Sease, Jr. 


Mr 


Edward F. Kelley III 




Mr. Richard C. Beale 


Mr. James C. Cherry 


Dr. 


Thomas M. Shelburne 


Mr 


Michael T. Kotelec 




Dr. Larry P. Belote 


Mr. David A. Clark 


Mr 


R Kelly Sheridan 


Mr 


A. Mark Lee 




Mr. Harvard R. Birdsong 


Mr. Rick W. Cox 


Mr 


B. Brack Stovall 


Dr. 


Thomas F. Leftwich, Jr. 




Mr. Joseph E. Blackburn, Jr 


Mr. Richard B. Donaldson, Jr. 


Mr 


David A. Thompson 


Mr 


R Gordon Long, Jr. 




Mr. David P. Chalkley 


Mr. Daniel A. Donohue 


Mr 


James L. Thompson 


Mr 


A. Carter Magee, Jr. 




Mr. H. Edmunds Coleman III 


Mr. Bryan D. Eads 


Dr. 


R Patrick Yearts 


Mr 


J. Roy Mann 




Mr. David C. Crawford III 


Mr. WUliam C. Gay 






Mr 


S. Hoge McQaugherty 




Mr. Francis K. Degges 


Mr. John E. Genet 


1975 


Mr 


E. Dawson Nash 




Mr. A. Dwight Doggett 


Mr.J. Scott Harris 


Mr 


Jeff Adams 


Mr 


W. David Paxton 




Mr. Charles B. Faulconer, Jr. 


Mr. Richard N. Herod 


Dr. 


Hunter C. Bell 


Mr 


David D. Person 




Mr. Gregory D. Foreman 


Mr. Timothy E. Hildreth 


Dr. 


Robin P. Bcnke 


Mr 


T. Smith Ragsdale III 




Mr.J. Daniel Hardy, Jr. 


Mr. Michael W. Horner 


Mr 


Robert W. Carson 


Mr 


A. William Reid 




Mr. W. Eugene Hayes 


Dr. Wayne D. Horney 


Dr. 


Henry W.Chappell, Jr. 


Dr. 


Kenneth H. Roberts 




Dr. E. Forrest Jessee, Jr. 


Dr. Steve T. Huff 


Mr 


Charles L. Crocken III 


Mr 


Richard O. Royce 




Mr. Joseph R. Kane 


Mr. Edward C. Irby, Jr. 


Mr 


Robert L. Cumbia 


Mr 


John K. Sanderlin 




Mr. W.Richard Kay. Jr. 


Mr. Thomas T. Johnson 


Mr 


William J. Ellion IV 


Mr 


Raymond E. Sanders III 




Dr. William I. Lee 


Mr. William W. Lewis 


Mr 


Alexander L. Franklin II 


Mr 


Robin A. Saul 




Mr. G. Lee Mallonee, Jr. 


Mr. Paul A. Lindsey 


Mr 


Mark M. Freestate 


Mr 


Gray S. Saunders 




Mr. L. Richmond Martin III 


Mr. William P. Marshall 


Mr 


Charles A. Habich. Jr. 


Mr 


Martin M. Sherrod 




Mr. James L. Nance 


Mr. David A. Martin 


Dr. 


Paul D. Haivey 


Mr 


W. C. Sprouse, Jr. 




Mr. Charles A. Perry 


Mr. Gerald Montaigne III 


Dr. 


Glenn E. Jefferson, Jr. 


Mr 


Richard C. Starke 




Mr. Samuel Wills Purviancc 


Dr. J. Stuart Morgan 


Dr. 


Samuel M. Jones 


Dr. 


Dennis O. Stuart 




Major David L. Ramsey 


Mr. William W. Nexsen 


1 


3 


At 


C. Edwin Keefer III 


Mr 


J. Gray Turtle 








1 





^_ 






1990-91 HONOR ROI.I. OF nONOR.S 




^BB 




Mr 


JohnA-Waytlll 


Mr. W.Bennett Newell, Jr. 


Mr 


1 

William A. Carrington 


1984 


Mr 


Edward W.Wolcott, Jr. 


Mr. P. Tulane Panerson 


Mr 


C. Jeffrey Daly 


Mr 


Christopher C. Altizer 






Mr. Barry L. Riddle 


Mr 


Thomas M. Davis 


Mr 


Sutton P. Baldwin. 


1977 


Mr. Brian M. Thurston 


Mr 


William S. DriskiU 


Mr 


W.Charles Blocker, Jr 


Mr 


R. David Anthony 


Mr. Barrye L.Wall 


Mr 


Stephen D. Fanhing 


Mr 


Howard H.R. Boyd 


Mr 


James R. Belcher, Jr. 


Mr. Steven E. Wall 


Mr 


David H. Fletcher 


Mr 


Thomas C. Burroughs 


Mr 


Lewis C. Bosher 


Mr. Robert M. Wilson 


Mr 


William L. Freeman 


Mr 


William C. Cozart 


Dr. 


Paul S. Buckman 


Dr. Edward T. Wolanski 


Dr. 


David F. Huddle 


Mr 


Robert T. DuPuis, Jr. 


Mr 


Timothy E. Carpenter 




Mr 


Daniel A. Huskey 


Mr 


Paul McKay Franks 


Mr 


Rafael F. Castro 


1979 


Mr 


J. Boiling Lewis III 


Mr 


Joseph W. Hatchett, Jr. 


Mr 


John R. Clark III 


Mr. Thomas M. Akers 


Mr 


Lowell Patterson III 


Mr 


David N. Heaton 


Mr 


David L. Clegg 


Mr. Michael T. Bennett 


Mr 


David L. Porterfield 


Mr 


D. Frederick Helm III 


Mr 


Steven A. Curtis 


Mr. William D. Blackford 


Mr 


John R. Rhodes 


Mr 


Mark A. Johnson 


Mr 


William C. Ferguson 


Mr. John T. H. Carpenter 


Mr 


Theodore A. Robertson 


Mr 


Lawrence O. Jonak 


Mr 


Cad L.Fletcher, Jr. 


Mr. Robert G. Chadwick 


Dr. 


R. Douglas Ross 


Mr 


Charles M. Lewis II 


Dr. A. Frederick Gall, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas C. G. Coyle, Jr. 


Mr 


Lee K. Salsbery 


Mr 


Lynwood W. Lewis 


Mr 


Gary R. Garner 


Mr. E. Hatcher Crenshaw III 


Mr 


Forrest F. Senter 


Mr 


Brian W. Peabody 


Dr. 


Clyde M. Garrison III 


Mr. Christopher M. Crowley 


Mr 


James C. Thompson, Jr. 


Mr 


L. Norfleet Smith, Jr. 


Mr 


H. Stanley Greene, Jr. 


Mr. Lester L. DiUard III 


Mr 


Richard L. Ware 


Mr 


R. F. Burke Steele III 


Dr. 


Darby G.Hand 


Mr. John G. Eagan, Jr. 


Dr. 


F. Taylor Wootton III 


Mr 


Alexander H. Ware 


Mr 


James L. Harris 


Mr. Richard P. Epperson II 






Mr 


Thomas U. Warren 


Mr 


Kevin L. Harris 


Dr. David S. Haga 


1982 


Mr 


Drew Waterbuty 


Mr 


Gregory F. Holland 


Mr. Stephen L. Hughey 


Mr 


Victor R. Alpizar 


Mr 


Tracy L. Whidey 


Mr 


Frank L. Home, Jr. 


Mr. E. Randolph Leach 


Dr. 


J. Ryan Anderson, Jr. 






Mr 


David D. Hudgins 


Mr. Gordon C. Lee 


Mr 


Blake P. Auchmoody, Jr. 


1985 1 


Dr. 


UoydJ. Kellamlll 


Dr. John A. Martin, Jr. 


Mr 


Christian T. Brown 


Mr 


John E. Basilone 


Mr 


Richard C. Langhorne 


Mr. C. Russell McKenney 


Mr 


James E. Cain 


Mr 


Peter A. Batten 


Dr. 


C. Wayne Lankford 


Mr. David E. Moore 


Dr. 


Mark A. Deaton 


Mr 


Philip F. Bleser 


Mr 


James R. Lewis, Jr. 


Mr. Ray M.Paul, Jr. 


Mr 


John L. Gibson III 


Mr 


Gary W. Boswick 


Mr 


Gary L. Lumsden 


Mr. John M. Power 


Mr 


Joseph P. Gillach 


Mr 


Bradley H. Gary 


Mr 


Dudley H. Marks 


Dr. William D. Richmond 


Mr 


T. Warren Hunnicutt 


Mr 


Robert S. Dietz 


Mr 


James D. Mason FV 


Mr. William F. Seymour IV 


Mr 


Gavin D. Jeffs 


Mr 


W. Toriran Flint 


Mr 


Philip J. McEwen, Jr. 


Mr. C. Steve Shaw, Jr. 


Mr 


John F. Kay III 


Mr 


Thomas A. Hickman, Jr. 


Dr. 


David H.Michal, Jr. 


Mr. Peter W. Squire, Jr. 


Mr 


Bard G. Kirkpatrick 


Mr 


E. Don Loos III 


Mr 


D. Scott Robertson 


Dr. Peter R. Watson 


Mr 


William H. LeCompte 


Mr 


Joseph E. Mclnnis 


Mr 


MUtonJ.SchultzIII 


Mr. Gerald F.Will man, Jr. 


Mr 


Bryant C. McGann 


Mr 


Robert R. Nottin^am 


Mr 


Oden K. Semones, Jr. 




Mr 


Charles V.McPhillips 


Mr 


W. Gregory Trevarthen 


Mr 


John C. Shelton, Jr. 


1980 


Mr 


Thomas H. Miller 


Mr 


Berkeley W. Young 


Mr 


PhilipA. Stedfast,Jr. 


Dr. Michael F. Ackermann 


Mr 


Robert T. Newcomb 






Mr 


Mone L. Talley 


Mr. James Ervin Adams III 


Mr 


W. Jeffrey Roberts 


1986 1 


Dr. 


Frederick L. Troxel 


Mr. Phillip V. Anderson 


Mr 


James C. Taylor III 


Mr 


Eric M. Cotts 


Mr 


Daniel K. Walters 


Mr. Donald L. Appich, Jr. 


Mr 


Sean D. Wallace 


Mr 


Bret S. Grieves 


Mr 


Dana C. Williams 


Mr. Alan P. Atha 


Mr 


Mark M.J. Webb 


Mr 


J. Haywood Hardin 


Mr 


Douglas F. Zier 


Mr. James V. Babashak II 
Mr. Kevin Lee Beale 


Dr. 


Robert J. Wilson 


Mr 
Mr 


J. Lawrence Mansfield, Jr. 
Chester W. Mayo 


1978 


Mr. William D. Brown IV 


1983 


Mr 


ErikJ. Olfson 


Mr 


David T. Beasley 


Mr. George C. Buchanan 


Mr 


Charles W. Best III 


Mr 


Harvey L. Warnick, Jr. 


Mr 


Scott W. Berglund 


Mr. Brian M. Cann 


Mr 


Robert E. Brailsford 


Mr 


G.Randolph Webb, Jr. 


Mr 


Richard H. Blank, Jr. 


Dr. Robert Y. Cox 


Mr 


Robert H. Camp 


Mr 


William T. Ziglar 


Mr 


Ben G. Brown 


Mr.Thomas P. Gray, Jr. 


Mr 


Preston P. Campbell 






Dr. 


George K. Bumgardner 


Dr. Robert E. G rover 


Mr 


David A. Collins 


1987 1 


Mr 


Thomas M. Crowder 


Mr. R. Bryant Hare IV 


Mr 


F. Andrew Cook III 


Mr 


W.KirbyArnall 


Mr 


Dabney M. Daniel (S) 


Mr. Leigh P. Huff. Jr. 


Mr 


Matthew T. Dill 


Mr 


Joseph F. Barnes III 


Mr 


Richard A. Davis 


Mr. William C. Leach 


Mr 


Louis D. Farina, Jr. 


Mr 


David C. Brown 


Mr 


Robert R, Dawson 


Mr. Clark W. Little 


Mr 


K. Scott Fife 


Mr 


Timothy C. Eller 


Mr 


Donald R. Dorey 


Dr. David E. Newton 


Mr 


Timothy B. Guthrie 


Mr 


W. Borden James 


Mr 


Neil P. Farmer 


Mr. Joseph O. Orlandi 


Mr 


H. Hirer Harris III 


Mr 


Patrick H. Kirchmier 


Dr. 


John E. Fidler 


Dr. Douglass. Price, Jr. 


Mr 


Duran P. Holton 


Mr 


Mark Allen Lasyone 


Mr 


J. Thomas Francis, Jr. 


Mr. Daniel M. Slack 


Mr 


James M. Jordan, Jr. 


Mr 


Michael D. Lyster 


Mr 


Douglas S. Freeman 


Mr. J. Callen Sparrow 


Mr 


William J. Martin V 


Mr 


E. Lombard Morgan, Jr. 


Mr 


David H. Gates 


Mr. Russell G. Tindall 


Mr 


Denis J. McCarthy 


Mr 


Anthony P. Morris 


Mr 


Steve G. Green 


Dr. Waring Trible, Jr. 


Mr 


Mark Soltany 


Mr 


Christopher P. Stuart 


Mr 


Lawrence D. Hamnett 


Mr. James W.Utt 


Mr 


Jeffrey M. Stedfest 


Mr. 


Daniel D. Tafel 


Mr 


Thomas M. Heery 


Mr. David P. Watson 


Mr 


Brian S. Thomas 


Mr. 


Harry B. Thompson IV 


Mr 


Robert B.Huskey, Jr. 


Mr. James A. Whitehead, Jr. 


Mr 


Michael C. Tomkies 


Mr. 


Keith D. Vander Vennet 


Mr 


James M.Jones III 




Mr 


Branch W. Vincent 111 


Mr. 


Gregory A. Warner 


Mr 


Robert E. Livingston, Jr. 


1981 


Mr 


Stuart P. Wilbourne 






Mr 


Randolph P. Miles 


Mr. Edward F. Brown 


Mr 


Benjamin J. Willis III 






Mr 


Julian A. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. Sergio Capocelli 


1 


1 1 

A 


















W 













1988 

Mr. Christopher G. Ful^um 

Mr. Craig L. Massey 

Mr. Wesley A. Wilson 

Mr. Richard C. Wilt III 

1989 

Mr. G. L. Jeffreys Greene (S) 
Mr. Robert L. Ireland, Jr. 
Mr. Charles A. Rivers 
Mr. Phillip L. Williams 

1990 

Mr. John F. Cook 
Mr. F. Colin Durham 
Mr. Michael A. Page 
Mr. James C. Roddy, Jr. 

PARENTS 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Franklin Abbott 

III 
Mrs. P. H. Abels 
Mr. & Mrs. Hanns Alhusen 
Mr. James W. Allen, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph M. Altman 
Mr. & Mrs. StarJey C. Archibald 
Dr. & Mrs. Gary W. Ardison 
Dr. & Mrs. William Atwill 
Dr. & Mrs. F. D. Austin III 
Ms. Betty Avera 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Bance 
Mr. & Mrs. C. P. Banister, Sr. 
Mrs.'Mary R. Bass 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Beasley 
Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Berry, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. Beshears 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Biederman 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. Biggs 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bing 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Blackwell 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Blankenship 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Boehling 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Boucher 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Bowman, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Branch 
Mr. & Mrs. H. H. Braxton, Jr. 
Mr.JohnA. Brickhill 
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn W. Brinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Allan W. Brock, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Uoyd E. Brotzman, 

Jr. 
Mr. &c Mrs. William D. Brown IV 
Mr. & Mrs. Dan E. Bruce 
Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Bryan III 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Bryson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Carlisle 
Mr. & Mrs. Sam R Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Carrington 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Carroll 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Caruso 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Cawthon 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chase 
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Chesnutt 
Dr. & Mrs. Surrinder Kumar 

Chopra 
Dr. & Mrs. Lee A. Clark. Jr. 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Mr. & Mrs. William A. Qifton, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Clough 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R, Cole 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Webster Collett 

Mr. & Mrs. John Collie, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. A. G.Collins, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederic H. Cox, Jr. 

Mrs. Rosa Lee Cozan 

Mr. & Mrs. Uoyd L. Craighill 

Mr. Glenn Dale Crawford 

Mr. & Mrs. Anton C. Crone 

Dr. & Mrs. Jesse W. Cumbia 

Mr. & Mrs. David M. Curtin 

Mrs. H. Powell Custis 

Mr. & Mrs. Rufiis Dalton 

Dr. & Mrs. C. N. Davidson, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Davis 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Davis 

Mr. Richard H. deButts 

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Degges 

Mr. & Mrs. Willard E. Dent 

Mr. & Mrs. Conrad J. DeSantis 

Dr. & Mrs. Franklin Dill 

Mr. & Mrs. James R Dillon, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Dinsmore 

Mr. Joseph E. Dittmar 

Ms. Penelope Donnelly 

Mr. Robert C. Dorey, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dorn, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Dudley 

Mr. & Mrs. O. W. Dudley III 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Dunbar 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold M. Dunnagan 

Ms. Mary Ellen Durham 

Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Durlacher 

Mrs. Armitage Edge 

Mr. & Mrs. John M. Enright 

Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus Evans, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis D. Farina, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Welford S. Farmer 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving L. Fass 

Dr. & Mrs. John Ferrell 

Mr. & Mrs. Floyd L. Firing, Jr. 

Col. & Mrs. William R Foley 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Ford 

Mr. & Mrs. G. L. Fosquc, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Garber 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Garner 

Mr. H. H. Gay 

Mrs. Robert G. Gillespie 

Mr. & Mrs. Read F. Goode 

Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Granger, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry S. Greene, Sr. 

Capt. & Mrs. Wallace A. Greene 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. GrooncU 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Dale Harman, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Harrison III 

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce R Hazelgrove 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel P. Henry, Sr. 

Mrs. G. E. Hildreth 

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. Holladay 

Mr. Thomas P. HoUowell 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Holt III 

The Hon. & Mrs George E. Honts 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Hoofnagle 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Hope, 

Jr 



Mr. & Mrs. C. V. O. Hughes, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hughes 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Hunt 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Hurt, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. Ingram 
Mr. & Mrs. L. A. Jackson 
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Jennings 
Mr. & Mrs. R Ralph Jessee 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. Jones 
The Hon. &i Mrs. James P. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton A. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. R F.Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. Joyce 
Mr. & Mrs. Heinz H. 

Karnitschnig 
Dr. & Mrs. Roben Keeley 
Mr. & Mrs. James G. Kerridge 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Kluttz, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Othel A. Knight 
Mr. Robert S. Knott 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. Knox 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Kokolis 
Mr. Arthur M. Levin 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Lodge 
Dr. & Mrs. Gerald V. Long 
Mrs. Robert E. Lorigaa 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Luesing 
Mrs. Anne S. Lumpkin 
The Rev. Jacob S. Mackorell, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Patrick Magee, Sr. 
The Rev. & Mrs McAlister C. 

Marshall 
Mr. & Mrs. James D. Mattox 
Mr. & Mrs. K. W. Manox, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. McBride 
Mrs. Richard McCarthy 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. McClin- 

tock (S) 
Col. & Mrs James E. McDowell 
Mr. & Mrs. R. C. McEntire, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. McKissick 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Chandler McNair 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Vincent McPhillips 
Dr. & Mrs. Hedley N. Mendez III 
Dr. & Mrs. R R Menendez 
Mr. George W. Mills II 
Mr. George Thomas Minton, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin E. Moley 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. J. Mooney 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Mooney 
Ms. Elizabeth D. Moreau 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Hunter Morgan, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John Morton, Jr. 
Mrs. Florence A. Neilson 
Mr. & Mrs. Charies A. Newcomb 
Dr. & Mrs. Dennis B. Nicks 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Nolde, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. 

O'Callaghan 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Ogletree, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Hunter B. Oliver, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Orr 
Mr. Jose Roberto Ortega 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Ortman 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Peabody, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Fay Pearce, Jr. 



15 



Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Pearce, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Perkins 
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Peterson 
Lt. Gen. Jammie M. Philpott 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry G. Plunkett, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Ponti 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Porter 
Mr. & Mrs. Curtis W. Powell 
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Pucken 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Pugh 
Mrs. Susanne Lake Query 
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Rawles 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Rees, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Regan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Rinehimer 
Mrs. Jesse F. Roberts, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lacey Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Roussel 
Mr. & Mrs. James R Schlesinger 

HD'90 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Schofield 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Schroeder 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lee Sheppard 
Mr. & Mrs. P. M. Shiflett 
Dr. & Mrs. Juris Simanis 
Mr. Edgar H. Sims, Jr. 
Mr. Wilbcrt B. Siviter 
Mrs. Janet L. Sketchley 
Mr. & Mrs. Gibson L. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Edward Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Snead 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce W. Snyder 
Mr. & Mrs. Cesar Souza 
Dr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Speckhart 
Mrs. Helen A. Spessard 
Mr. & Mrs. John K. Stanley, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James Stegman 
Mr. & Mrs. Milford A. Stein 
Dr. & Mrs. Ward W. Stevens, Jr. 
Mr. &C Mrs, Robert H. Stickley 
Dr. & Mrs. James B. Stone III 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Stoudt 
Mr. & Mrs. Merrell L. Stout, Jr. 
Mr.W.T.StuchelLJr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. Thomason 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy S. Thompson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry S. Tubaugh 
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Veith 
Mr. & Mrs. Durant Vick 
The Rev. & Mrs. Anthony A. 

Wadsworth 
Mr. & Mrs. John Wagner 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Walker, 

Sr. 
Mrs. Jacqueline Wall 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Walsh 
Dr. & Mrs. J. W.Ward 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Ward 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Lee Warnick 
Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Warren, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph Warren III 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Waterbury 
Mr. & Mrs. Roderick Watson 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry B. Wenger 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Willett 
Mr. & Mrs. Carter N. Williams 
Mr. & Mrs. I. Rowland Williams, 

Jr. 







1990-91 HONOR F 






Dr. & Mrs. James S. WUIiford 






Dr. James F. Pontuso (F) 


Mr. Frederic S. Bocock 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Hayden 


Mr.&Mrs.E.J.Wolaniiki 


Mrs. Edward Dorsey Booker 


Dr. Paul W. Hodge HD '56 


Dr. Roxann Prazniak (F) 


Mr. & Mrs. Albert A. Wolf 


Mr. & Mrs. Lea Booth HD '83 


Dr. & Mrs. J. Daniel Huband 


Mr. & Mrs. S. Waverly Putney. Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs, James W.G. 


Mrs. Herbert C. Bradshaw 


Mr. George R. Irvin, Jr. 


Miss Anne A. Robinson 


Woollcon 


Prof. Suzanne K. Bunting 


The Rev. F. Washington Jarvis 


Mr. & Mrs. Warren H. Robinson 


Mr. & Mrs. Glenn T. Wootten 


Mrs. Robert C. Garden, Jr. 


Mrs. Melville Johns 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers (F) 


Mr.&Mrs.JackH.Wyatt 


Dr. Gerald T. Carney (F) 


Mrs. Robert W. King, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rosen 


Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. Wyeth 


Mr. & Mrs. D. Rae Carpenter, Jr. 


Mr.JosephC. Knakaljr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Louis M. Roy 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Young 


Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Glower, Jr. (F*) 


Ms. Elizabeth F. LeSueur 


Mr.JohnC. Russell 


Dr. & Mrs. Charles H. Zimmer- 


Mrs. Charles E. Coe 


Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow P. 


Dr. Charley Scott 


man, Jr. 


Mr. Henry E. Coleman, Jr. 


Lipscomb 


Mrs. H. Maxcy Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. C. B. Zirkle, Sr. 


Mr. Burnell Coles 


Dr. Al Lombana 


Mrs. John C. Steck 




Dr. Stephen C. Coy (F) 


Calder Loth 


Mrs. Frances Pugh Steinheimer 


FRIENDS 


Dr. Charles G. Craddock 


Dr. Anne C. Lund (F) 


Mrs. Helen T. Stroud 


Miss Louise Allen (*) 


Dr. Virginius Dabney 


Ms. Patricia D. hi.st 


Mrs. Martha J. Taylor 


Ms. Rowannetta S. Allen 


Dr. & Mrs. Keith W. Fitch (F) 


Mrs. James B. MacPherson 


Mr. & Mrs. William G. Whitter 


Ms. Vera J. Allen 


Mrs. Virginia Foran 


Mr. & Mrs. John R. McQenon 


Mrs. J. Harvie Wilkinson, Jr. HD 


Mr. & Mrs. Vernon C. Allen 


Col. & Mrs. Gustav H. Franke, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Gary Epes McMurran 


'61 


Mr. & Mrs. William J. Allen 


(F*) (S) 


Mr. Gerald Morgan, Jr. 


Mrs. Holman Willis, Jr. 


Dr. George F. Bagby. Jr. (F) 


Mr. Brent M. Froberg 


Dr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Munoz 


Mr. G. M. Wolfe 


Dr. Paul S. Baker (S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Forrest L. Gager, Jr. 


Miss Alicia Novey (S) 


Mrs. W. Jorgensen Young 


Ms. Gertrude S. Bingham 


Mr. Paul L Grier (S*) 


Mr. & Mrs. James M. O'Connor 




Sources of Gift Income, 1990-91 


Affiliation 


Annual Capital 


Total 


Alumni 


S64M3 492,913 


1,357,556 


Parents 


129,471 50,934 


180,405 


Friends 


124,640 63,942 


188,582 


Foundations 


140,800 1,000,000 


1,140,800 


Corporations 


26,955 97,666 


124,621 


Churches 


31,932 


31,932 


VFIC 


169,048 1,000 


170,048 


Gifts-in-Kind 


6,783 4,080 


10,863 


Estates 


1,728,854 


1,728,854 


Deferred 


184,016 


184,016 


Government 


63,450 


63,450 


Total 


1,557,722 3,623,405 


5,181,127 




r! 


/■ 








L^ 


D ...... 





1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



ALUMNI DONORS 1990-91 

In Class Order 



1918 

Dr. W. Whitfield Elliott 

1920 

Mr. John Bell Hcnncman 

1922 

The Rev. Joseph S. Duckwall 

1923 

The Rev. John W. Luke 

Mr. A. Garland Williams 

1924 

Mr. William S. Evans 

1925 

41. 67% of the class contributed 

$950. The average gift was 

$190. 
Dr. William C. Barger 
Dr. Rex Blankinship 
Dr. Harry H. Bryan 
Mr. Howard D. MacPherson 
Mr. John D. Simpson 

1926 

58.46% of the class contributed 

$2,450. The average gift was 

$490. 
Mr. E. Dorsey Booker — deceased 
Mr. Charles G. Johnson 
Mr. Mauiy F. LcSueur 
Mr. Samuel L. Robinson 
The Rev. Thompson B. Southhall, 

Jr. 

1927 

50% of the class contributed $2,095. 

The average ^ft was $299.29 
Mr. R Archer Hardy 
Dr. W. Dabneyjarman 
Dr. John M. Preston IV 
Mr. Archer L. Richardson, Jr. 
Mr. Giles M. Robertson 
Mr. William T. Scott 
Dr. Graves H. Thompson HD 79 

(F) 

1928 

58.33% of the class contributed 

$310. The average pft was 

$44.29. 
The Rev. E. Raynard Arehart 
Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds 
Mr. James M. Kelly, Jr. 
Mr. Willie A. LcStourgeon 
Mr. R Russell Neely 
The Rev. Willard A. Peak— 

deceased 
Mr. John Banks Sparrow 



1929 

50% of the class contribuud $ 1 1 60. 

The average pft was $128.89. 
Mr. William S. Adkisson, Jr. 
Mr. James E. Crinkley 
Dr. William C. Finch HD '55 
Mr. Robert W. Harwell 
Mr. Owen M. Jones 
Dr. Robert S. Lancaster HD '80 
Mr. Turner McDowell, Jr. 
Dr. John F. Montgomery 
Mr. J. Peyton Moore 
Dr. Elam C. Toone, Jr. HD 73 

1930 

58.82% of the class contributed 

$15305. The average gift was 

$1,530.50 
Mr. Henry H. Beattie 
Mr. William D. Dickinson, Jr — 

deceased 
Dr. William M. Feild 
The Hon. John P. Hill 
Dr. Abner C. Hopkins HD 75— 

deceased 
Dr. William A. Johns 
Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. 
Mr. Campbell Pancake, Jr. 
Dr. Preston O. Sarteile 
The Rev. Leonard W. Topping, 

Sr. 

1931 

77.27% of the class contributed 

$6315. The average pft was 

$371.47 
Mr. Copeland E. Adams 
The Rev. Edward J. Agsten 
Dr. Charles A. Barrell 
Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. 
Mr. Frank L. Bersch 
Mr. Samuel F. Curling 
The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. 
Mr. Robert R Henry 
Mr. John M. Hunt 
Mr. John K. McGirt 
The Rev. Dr Alpheus W. Potts 
The Rev. Luther L. Price 
Mr. Robert G. See, Jr. 
The Rev. John W. Sherman 
Mr. J. Holmes Thomas 
Dr. Herbert Trotter, Jr. — deceased 
Mr. C. Wilder Watts, Jr. 

1932 

60.61% of the class contribuud 

$7,875. The average gift was 

$393.75 
Mr. Charles P. Blackley 
Mr. Paul G. Boone 
Mr. Joseph B. Farrar 



The Hon. John A. Field, Jr. HD 

70 
Mr. Benjamin P. Franklin 
Mr. Fred L. Garrett, Jr. 
Dr. James W. Gordon, Jr. HD '41 
The Rev. Robert M. C. Griswold 
Mr. Edgar A. Kelbaugh 
Dr. Edwin L. Kendig, Jr. HD 71 
The Rev. Frank C. King 
Mr. SunleyA. Knupp 
Mr. C. Fred Mangus 
Mr. R. Ivanhoe Morgan 
Mr. C. Theodore Ripberger, Jr. 
Mr. W, Alan Smith 
Mr. H. Rogers Thomas 
The Rev. C. O'Ferrall Thompson 
Mr. Thomas L. Toone 
Mr. George T. Walters 

1933 

66. 67% oftlx class contributed 
$6, 135. The average gift was 

$255.63. 
Mr. A. P. Bohannon 
Mr. Kenneth S. Coombs 
Dr. Albert R Gillespie 
Dr. James E. Hemphill 
Dr. G. G. Himmelwright, Jr. 
Mr. John A. Hopkins 
Mr. Joseph L. Hudson 
Mr. William E. Knight 
Mr. John J. Lawson 11 
Mr. Robert C. Lewis 
Mr. Wallace G. Link 
Dr. John T. Llewellyn 
Dr. Russell G. McAllister 
Mr. Edmund E. Meredith 
Mr. Shiriey E. Mullens 
Dr. R. Sf)encer Mullin 
The Rev. Edgar J. Nottingham 111 
Mr. Edwin S. Painter 
Mr. Thomas P. Shelburne, Jr. 
Dr. Alfred H. Stuan 
Mr. James R Sydnor 
The Rev. Milton C. Wilkerson 
Mr. William T. Williams 111 
Mr. E. Franklin Younger, Jr. 

1934 

75% of the class contributed $4,315. 

The average gift was $205. 48. 
Mr. Edwin E. Bouldin 
Mr. Robert T. Brumfield 
Mr. Peter G.Cosby III 
Dr. Horace H. Custis, Jr. 
Mr. Robert H. Edmunds 
Mr. James D. Finley 
Mr. John Skelton Harvie, Jr. 
Mr. Marshall B. Hopkins 
Mr. Wallace Nalle Hudgins 
Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. 



17 



Dr. Richard A. Michaux HD 74 

(TE) 
Mr. Daniel E. Moore 
Dr. Edward V. Siege! 
Dr. James Miller Smith, Jr. 
Mr. William F. Spotswood, Jr. 
Mr. Harry M. Tayloe 
Dr. Walter E. Vest, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas R Wallace 
Dr. Francis R Whitehouse 
Dr. John B. Woodworth 
Mr. L. Q. Yowell 

1935 

60.38% of the class contributed 

$16,372. The average gift was 

$511.63. 
Mr. Matthew M. Alexander 
Mr. John I. Armstrong 
Mr. John C. Beckwith 
Mr. A. Brooks Booker 
Mr. Clarence Campbell, Jr. 
Mr. R Dabney Carson 
Mr. R Lee Chambliss, Jr. 
Mr. Leonard B. Chittum 
Mr. JefFress S. Dortch, Jr. 
The Rev. Bernard E. Dotson 
Mr. Oscar P. Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Dr. Graham Gilmer, Jr. 
Mr. Percy Harris, Jr. 
Mr. D. Rankin Hervey 
Mr. Thomas J. Holden, Jr. 
Dr. Thomas J. Humphries 
Mr. Robert F. Hutcheson, Jr. 
Dr. Claiborne S. Jones 
Mr. Paul M. Lantz 
Mr. Andrew K. Leake 
Mr. Richard E. Lewis 
Dr. James B. Massey, Jr. HD 76 
Mr. Eugene B. Pendleton, Jr. 
Dr. Paul E. Power 
Mr. Dudley A. Raine, Sr. 
TTie Rev. Theoderic Roberts, Jr. 
Mr. A. Trigg Sanders — deceased 
Mr. Owsley W. Sanders 
Mr. Ted S. Tower 
Mr. Joseph T. Troner (S*) 
Mr.A.A.Waldrop.Jr. 
Mr. James G. Watson 
Dr. Mark Byrd Williams 

1936 

71. 15% of the class contribuud 

$9,530. The average gift was 

$257.57 
Mr. Lester E. Andrews, Sr. (T) 
Mr. William H. Armstrong HD 

'86 
Mr. Stuart H. Barrell 
Mr. Roben M. Boyd, Jr. 
Dr. J. Garnett Bruce, Jr. 







HAMPnF.N-.SYnNF.Y COl.I.F.CF. 






The Rev. Day Caq^er 


Mr. Clifton L. Snidow, Jr. 


1 

1939 


Mr. William A. Lashley 


Mr. Arthur E. Carver, Jr. 


Mr. S. Bruce Spencer 


62. 71 % of the class contributed 


Mr. Hunter M. Leach 


Dr.jesseN. Clore.Jr. 


Mr. W. H. Tappey Squires, Jr. 


$9,834. The average pft was 


Mr. Monroe Leigh 


Mr. Walter C. Crawley 


Mr. I.WebbSurran 


$265.78 


Dr. Richard H.Lowe, Jr. 


Mr. William B. Douglass, Jr. 


Mr. William D. Temple 


Mr. T. Kyle Baldwin (TE) 


Mr. Dewey W. Mann 


Mr. J. Tucker Doyne, Jr. 


The Hon. W. Carrington 


Mr. James M. Blanton, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas B. Mason 


Mr. John H. East 


Thompson HD 79 


Mr. William D.Bundy. Jr. 


Dr. Virgil R. May, Jr. 


Mr. James L. Hder 


Mr. Asa D. Watkins 


Dr. Robert A. Buyers 


Mr. Everett T. Meredith 


Mr.JohnW.Eure,Jr. 


Mr. Ryland R. Weisiger 


Mr. Abram V. Daniel 


Mr. Harold L. MitcheU 


Dr. Alvin A. Fahrner 


Mr. John Drewry Westbrook 


Mr. Bernard T. Doyle, Jr. 


Dr. Robert E. Mitchell. Jr. 


Mr. B. Noel Fallwell 


Mr.JamesA. Whitlock 


Mr. Lewis D. Evans 


Mr. Charies D. Nottingham 


Mr. William S. Formwalt 


Dr. William R. Whitman, Jr. 


Mr. Robert M. Evans 


Dr. J. Davison Philips HD '63 


Dr. E. Claybrook Griffith 


Mr. E. Daniel Williams 


Mr. Donald C. Farnswonh 


Dr. John M. Rariiff 


Mr. Howard H. Hanmer, Jr. 


The Rev. Irvine H. Williams 


The Rev. Arthur M. Field. Jr. HD 


Dr. Lewis G. Richards. Jr. 


Mr. William R. Hill, ]t.— deceased 


The Hon. J. Taylor Williams 


73 


Mr. Charies A. Roach 


Dr. W. Ivan Hoy 


Mr. Robert Henry Wilson 


Mr. Lowery D. Finley, Jr. 


Mr. Hugh M. Seamans 


Mr. Preston B. Hundley 




Dr. C. O. Finne,Jr. 


Mr. William P. Snavely 


Dr. E)aniel E. Jenkins 


1938 


Mr. John H. Gilliam, Jr. 


The Rev. W. Holt Souder 


Mr. Robert D. Johnson 


73.21% of the class contributed 


Mr. Calvin G. Greear 


TTie Rev. Millard G. Stimpson 


Mr. Joseph T. Maginnis 


$13,555. The average pfi was 


Mr.JosephF. Hadel 


Mr. Herbert R, Stokes 


The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes 


$330.61. 


Mr. FredF. Haislip,Jr. 


Dr. Ralph M.Stokes. Jr. 


Mr. William T. McChesney 


Mr. Thomas E. Adkins, Jr. 


Mr. Nathan B. Hall 


The Rev. James G. Thompson 


Mr. John B.Merrill 


The Rev. Lundy M. Barkley 


The Rev. D. Kirk Hammond 


Dr. Robert P. Trice 


Cmdr. Frank M. Monon, Jr. 


Mr. Frederick W. Beck. Jr. 


Mr. W. Henry Hubbard 


Dr. Robert C. Vaughan. Jr. HD 


Mr. William P. Price 


Mr. Richard Burrell 


Mr. A. Anson Jamison 


•61 


The Rev. William H. Ramkey, Jr. 


Mr. Eugene C. Caldwell 


Mr. Marcus C. Jones 


Mr. S. Sydnor Walden 


Mr. Henry C. Reed 


Mr. William A. Carrington 


Dr. E. Milton Kellam 


Mr. Emory S. Waldrep 


Mr. George Richardson III 


Mr. G. Gilmer Craddock 


Mr. Joseph P. Lawson 


The Rev. Dr. William G. Walker 


Mr. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 


Dr. Martin Donelson, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas H. Lightner 


Dr. William B. White 


Mr. William J. Rue 


Dr. Edward J . Evans 


Mr. Carlyle A. McDonald 


Lt. Col. A. A. Williams 


Mr. C. Daniel Shelburne 


Dr. Russell E. Fox 


Mr. Lewis A. Nuckols 


Mr. Edward R. Young 


Mr. Richard B. Tunstall 


Dr. David L. Greenlecs 


Mr. RalphM.O'Hair.Jr. 




Mr. Roland B. Webb 


Mr. Clarence C. Hager 


Mr. John M. Osborn 


1941 


The Rev. Joseph R. Woody 


Dr. William T. Hall 


Mr. FredW.Palmore.Jr. 


76. 19% of the class contributed 




Mr. John Halliday 


Dr. W. Taylor Rcveley II HD 71 


$13,370. The average ffft was 


1937 


Mr. Harrison Hancock 


(President emeritus) 


$278.54. 


68.85% of the class contributed 


Mr. Robert G. Harper 


Mr. Walter C. Scott 


The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson. Jr. 


$7,508. The average pft was 


Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove 


Dr. D. Scon Sears 


Mr.J.E. Berry 


$178.76. 


Mr. Kenneth L. Hudson 


Mr. T. Randolph Sherman 


Mr. Frank T. Brown 


Mr. John R. Baskervill 


Dr. John E. Husted 


Mr. Charles M. Spencer 


Dr. James L. Bugg, Jr. 


Mr. Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. 


Mr. Frank T.Hyde 


Mr. William B. Spencer 


Mr. A. McDowell Bynum 


Mr. Clyde H. Bliss 


Dr.JethroH. Irby,Jr. 


Dr. Ashton Stewart 


Mr. FrankC. Chaffln.Jr. 


Mr. Frank M. Booth 


Mr. Prentiss D.Johnston, Jr. 


Lt. Col. Randolph L. Tribble 


Mr. William C. Chewning 


Mr. James B. Bullard 


Mr. Leslie M.Jones 


Mr. Howell A. Wilson 


Dr. Walter R. Chitwood, Sr. 


Mr. Alexander P. Burruss 


Cmdr. Robert A. Kincaid 




Mr. Thomas L. Currie 


Mr. John Frank Chambers 


Dr. William B. Leftwich 


1940 


Dr. Robert M. Davies 


The Rev. Dr. Marvin K. Compher 


Mr. George H. Lewis 


72.31% of the class contributed 


Mr. Hugh H. Dunkum, Jr. 


Mr. J. Gilliam Conrad 


Mr. John B. Long 


$19,968. The average gift was 


Dr. Frederick T. Edmunds 


Mr. Alexander B. Dickinson 


Mr. Kenneth McCaskill. Jr. 


$424.85 


Mr. C. Maurice Flinn 


Mr. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. 


Mr. Winston O. Noel 


Dr. Robert P. Barrell 


Mr. Arthur P. Flippo 


Mr. Stuart M. Farrar 


Mr. Edward D. Redd 


Mr. William H. Boyd 


Mr. Robert C. Francis, Jr. 


Mr. Verne A. Ferguson, Sr. 


Mr. John C. Richardson 


The Rev. David C. Crawford, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph B. Geyer 


Dr. John L. Guerrant 


Mr. Robert M. Richardson 


Mr. Uster L. Dillard 


Mr. William C. Gibson, Jr. 


Dr.John H.Hall, Jr. 


Dr. Frank M. Ripberger 


Mr. W. Robert Eason 


Mr. Henry C. Green 


The Rev. William B. Heyward 


Mr. Samuel O. Ruff 


Mr. William H. Flannagan HD 


Dr. A. Lawson Hardie. Jr. 


The Rev. William B. L. Hutcheson 


Mr. Wellford L. Sanders 


76 


Mr. William K. Harrison III 


Mr. Arthur E. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. Henry M. Snead, Jr. 


Mr. Henry A. Flannagan. Jr. 


Mr. Richard E. Hill 


Dr. William R. Jones, St. 


Mr. Jennings B. Springer 


Dr. John C. Foushee 


Dr. Mart L. Lacy II 


Mr. George B. Lawson, Jr. 


Dr. W. Conrad Stone 


Dr.John B. Fuller 


Lt. Col. John F. Lewis. Jr. 


Mr. Willis H.Ligon II 


Mr. John H. Temple 


Dr. Richard M. German. Jr. 


Dr. Sam W. Lippincott. Jr. 


Dr. Robert H. Loving 


Dr. William W. Walton 


Dr. John T. Goode III 


The Rev. Byron L. Milton 


Mr. Richard S. Manson 


Mr. Meredith E. Watson 


Mr. Leigh B. Hanes.Jr. 


Mr. John L. Mitchell 


Dr. Lloyd F. Moss 


Dr. Herbert F. Webb 


Mr. Homer P. Hanen 


Dr. Ray A. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. Herbert S. Newman, Jr. 


Mr. Charles B. Williams 


Mr. Charies G. Houston. Jr. 


Mr. Theodore G. Offterdingcr 


Mr. Charies G. Patterson, Jr. 


Dr. Thomas W. Williams 


Mr. Ben F. Hurt 


Mr. Clarence T. Orgain 


Mr. Frank D. Pollard 




Mr. Cary A. Hutter 


Dr. J. Hunter Peak. Jr. 


Mr. Thomas C Raine, Jr. 




The Rev. Albert N. Jones 


Mr. William M. Roberts. Jr. 


Dr. Thomas W. Roberts 




Dr. William R. Kay 


Mr. Thomas C. Ruff^ 


Dr. James W. Simmons 




1 


7] 


vir. Paul B. Lacy. Jr. 


Mr. John G. Sanders 








lo 













1 990-91 HONOR ROLL OF nONOR.S 






Dr. Robert G. Schultz 


Dr. William K. Tracy 


Mr. Claude M. Whitehead, Jr. 


Mr.JohnP. Hughes III 


Mr. Francis A. Shelton 


Dr. Edwin B. Vaden 


Mr. P. Stephen Wielert 


Mr. Paul L.Johnson, Jr. 


The Rev. Kenneth V. Shick 


Dr. Douglas Venable 


Mr. Edward W. Wolcott 


Mr. James M. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. Frank Otey Smith 


Mr. Linton B. Ward, Jr. 




Mr. RalphD. Keightley.Jr. 


The Hon. William B. Spong, Jr. 


Mr. Ira B. Watson, Jr. 


1944 


Mr. Harry K. Parks 


HD'68 


Mr.WUIiamA.Webb 


54. 72% of the class contributed 


Mr. J. Preston ProfFitt, Jr. 


Col. Clayton B. Tasker 


Mr. Lewis M. White 


$9,791. The average gift was 


Mr. Frank F. Rennie III 


Mr. Robert E. Taylor 


Mr. Gordon C. Willis 


$337.62 


Dr. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. 


Mr. W. Leigh Taylor 


Mr. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr. 


The Rev. Allan C. Anderson 


Mr. Warren E. Sandidge 


Mr. H. Tyler Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. John N. Wilson, Jr. 


Dr. Eugene R. Bcbeau 


Mr. William R. L. Smith III 


Mr. William G. Traylor, Jr. 


Dr. James M. Wolcott, Jr. 


Mr. Waldo H. Beck 


Mr. George R. Stuart 


The Rev. Thomas T. Traynham. 




Mr. Charles A. Blanton II 


Mr. Claude O. Thomas, Jr. 


Jr. 


1943 


Mr. Henry W. Brockenbrough 


Mr. Walter W.TunstaU 


Mr. Richard B. Whiting 


69.23% of the class contributed 


Mr. Charles Burgess 


Mr. EariS.Vass,Jr. 


Mr. Emery C. Wilkerson 


$1 7,238. The average gift tvas 


Mr. Robert C. Coleburn 


Mr. Norwood W. Wilson. Jr. 


Mr. Robert L. Williamson 


$319 ?? 


Mr. John H. Cross 


Mr. RobertP.Winfield.Jr. 


Mr. James W. Wilson III 


Dr. Horace Adams, Jr. 


Mr. Carroll D. Fox 




Dr. Edwin S. Wysor 


Dr. Louis E. Alexander 


Mr. M. W. Gouldin 


1946 




Mr. W.Dudley Allen, Jr. 


Mr. Alexander C. Graham 


59.09% of the class contributed 


1942 


Mr. Francis P. Bailey, Jr. 


Dr. William W.Halligan. Jr. 


$6, 175. The average gift was 


71.43% of the class contributed 


Mr. H. Carlisle Bean 


Dr. John Q. Hatten 


$237.50 


$12, 428. The average gift was 


Dr. Frank M. Blanton 


Mr. James T. Hopkins, Jr. 


Mr. John G. Armistead 


$225.96. 


Dr. Elam W. Bosworth II 


Mr. Julian B. Jackson, Jr. 


Mr. George D. Baldock 


Mr. Thomas T. Atkinson 


Mr. Royal E.Cabell, Jr. (T) 


Mr. Henry M. Jarvis 


Mr. Stratford W. Butterworth 


Mr. Edward G. Baglcy, Jr. 


Dr. Gilberts. Campbell, Jr. 


Mr. Ben I.Johns 


Mr. G. Philip Cheatham 


The Rev. William H. Bailey 


Dr. John B. Catlett 


Mr. Harold R, Johnson 


Mr. Cabell F. Cobbs 


Dr. John S. Baker 


Mr. William H.Qarke 


Mr. Turner C. Laramore, Jr. 


Dr. William S. Coxe 


Col. Charles H.Bcalc. Jr. 


Mr. Harold C. Cole 


Mr. Richard H. Manson, Jr. 


Mr. Claiborne W. Craddock 


Mr. Patrick H. Booth, Jr. 


Dr. Joseph W. Coxe III 


Mr. Thomas J. Nichols III 


Dr. Junius E. Crowgey 


Mr. Thomas C. Bowen, Jr. 


Mr. Douglass C. Crummett 


Dr. Wallace C. Nunley 


Mr. August A. Dietz III 


Dr. A. C. Buchanan, Jr. HD '69 


Dr. Austin I. Dodson, Jr. 


Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. 


Mr. F. Byrd Holloway 


Dr. Addison D. Campbell 


The Rev. Dr. A. D. Ellison. Jr. 


Mr. Loren L. Parker, Jr. 


Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins.Jr. 


Mr. W. Cecil Carpenter, Jr. — 


Mr. William B. Elwang, Jr. 


Mr. Charles S. Reeves 


Mr. Francis P. Jones 


deceased 


Dr. Hugh Fitzpatrick III 


Col. Robert T.Richmond 


Mr. Oscar G. Jones 


Mr. Walter H.Cobbs, Jr. 


Mr. Allan L Fox, Jr. 


Mr.JohnA. L. RufF 


Mr. Robert L. Kane 


Mr. William C. Comstock 


Mr. William C. Garrett 


Mr. Walter D. Shields 


Dr. W. Austin McClellan 


Mr. William T. Covington, Jr. 


Dr. William T. Gladden, Jr. 


Dr. E. Randolph Trice 


Mr. Charles W. Merriam. Jr. 


Dr. Charles L. Crockett, Jr. (T) 


Mr. William B. Graham 


Mr. Arthur G. Turner 


Mr. Robert G. Moore 


Dr. Edward G. Davis, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas O. Gwaltney III 


The Rev. Hbert M. Williamson 


Mr. Lindsay Mount 


Dr. J. William Dixon, Jr. 


Mr. John P. Harrison, Jr. 


Mr. Frederick W. Young, Jr. 


Dr. R. David Noel 


Mr. J. Marshall Doswell, Jr. 


Mr. Joe C. Hereford 




Dr. W. Levi Old. Jr. 


Mr. Walter M. Engle 


Mr. Jesse R. Hopkins 


1945 


Mr. Neale H.Oliver 


Dr. W.Keith Eubank, Jr. 


Dr. W. Robert Irby 


49.30% of the class contributed 


Mr. Robert A. Scon 


Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. 


Dr. Samuel S. Jones 


$4,640. The average gift was 


Mr. Ronald C. Shiflett 


Mr. James B. Gregory 


Mr. Thomas G. Lane, Jr. 


$132.57 


Mr. Walter N. Street, Jr. 


Mr. Kosscn Gregory 


Mr. F. Bruce Leys 


Mr. Tucker G. Bedinger 


The Rev. J. V. C. Summerell 


Mr. John P. Harlow, Jr. 


Mr. James L. Lipsey 


Mr. Cad W. Belcher 


Dr. Charles C Travis, Jr. 


Dr. William B. Harris 


Dr. Charles E. Llewellyn, Jr. 


The Rev. Robert Bluford, Jr. 


Dr. Hugh Orian Wrenn 


The Hon. William P. Hay, Jr. 


Dr. H. Carl Mcsscrschmidt, Jr. 


Mr. Lewis E. H. Brandon 




Mr. Frank S.Heidelbach 


Dr. Robert P. Moore 


Mr. Stanley G.Cline III 


1947 


The Rev. George R, Holden 


Dr. Roderick A. Mundy 


Dr. C. Barrie Cook 


53.57% of the class contributed 


Dr. Kenneth L. HoUenbeck 


Mr. Carter Noble 


Lt. Col. D. R. Copeland 


$3,365. The average gift was 


Dr. Thomas M. Horsley, Jr. 


Mr. Horace C. Paist 


Mr. T. Frank Crowder 


$224.33. 


Mr. William G. Huggins 


Mr. James G. Peden 


The Hon. John E. DeHardit 


Dr. John D. Beall 


Dr. Allyn G. Janncy 


Mr. James T. Robertson, Jr. 


Dr. Lonnie B. Dickens, Jr. 


Mr. William J. Cantwell 


Mr. Herndon P. Jeffreys, Jr. 


Mr. Francis Y. Savage 


Mr. Harley C. Easter 


Mr. Alfred T.Curlee 


Dr. Edgar F. Jessee 


Dr. John H. Shaw 


Mr. John V. Edmunds 


Mr. William N. Gilmer 


Dr. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. 


Mr.JohnP. Sivell 


Mr. Malcombe Rust Foley 


Mr. Oliver C. Greenwood 


Mr. QucUen M. Keith 


The Hon. Robert B. Spencer, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas J. Fulcher, Jr. 


Dr. O. W. Lacy 


Mr. Joseph C.Kelley 


Mr. Thomas M. Spencer, Jr. 


Mr. Henry H. Galusha, Jr. 


Mr. George H. Leary 


Mr. Robert A. Kelly 


Mr. Walter C. Sprye 


The Hon. Ernest P. Gates 


Mr. J. Cullen C.Leigh 


Mr. Bruce F. Kemp 


Dr. Richard M. Stephenson 


Mr. B. Richards Glascock, Jr. 


Mr. Charles B. Pearson, Jr. 


Mr. William B. Lyle 


Dr. Gary G. Suter 


The Hon. Robert C. Goad — 


Dr. William M. Riggins, Jr. 


Mr. Samuel W. McGann, Jr. 


Dr. FrarJc E. Taylor 


deceased 


Mr. Robert P. Stickley, Jr. 


Col. Francis R. Munt 


Mr. John H. Thompson III 


Mr. C. Hobson Goddin 


Mr. James A. Sydnor 


Dr. William G. Painter, Jr. 


Dr. Sidney J. Venable, Jr. 


Dr. Harvey W. Goodc, Jr. 


Mr. Robert B. Thompson 


Mr. William R. Rogers 


Mr. Alan J. White 


Mr. Thomas O.Hall, Jr. 


Dr. John L. Thornton III 


Mr. Roy B. Sears 




Mr. William L. Harvie 


Mr. J. Ernest Warinner III 


Mr. Philip L. Strader 




1 




Ax. Jacob H. Hevener 


Dr. Robert B.Webb, Jr. 








ly 













HAMPnEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 






1948 


Mr. A. Gordon Van Ness, Jr. 


1 
Mr. J. Howard Settle 


Mr. John R. O'Connell, Jr. 


64. 10% of the clois contributed 


Mr. Ambrose R. Vulgan 


Mr. WUIiam H.Shirey 


Mr. George W. Patteson III 


$6, 41 0. The average pft was 


Mr. Edwin D. Warinner 


Mr. Fred L. SUbernagel, Jr. 


Mr. WUIiam C Peake 


$256.40. 


Dr. Thomas C. Wilson 


The Rev. R. Daniel Simmons 


Mr. C. Lear Ponton 


Mr. William E. Atkinson 


Dr. William L. Wilson HD '62 


Mr. PhUip M. Snyder III 


Dr. Robert H. Ramey, Jr. HD 77 


Dr. Frank S. Blanton, Jr. 


Mr. Walter H.Young 


Mr. Edward M. Spradey 


Mr. David W. Rice 


Mr. Marvin C. Bowling, Jr. 




Mr. D. Simpson Tomkies 


Mr. C. Edward Richardson III 


Mr. Roger W. Dudley 


1950 


Mr. James L. Trinkle (T) 


Mr. Eugene T. RUee, Jr. 


The Rev. Thomas W. Foley 


57.48% of the class contributed 


Mr. Palmer G. Tunstall 


Mr. Stuart A. Ritchie 


Mr. Donald Lee Gariock 


$24,239. The average gift was 


Dr. John H. Vansant 


Dr. Clement J. Robbins III 


Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer, Jr. 


$332.04. 


Mr. Richard M.Venable. Jr. 


Mr. John A. Robertson 


Mr. Clivie C.Haley, Jr. 


Mr. Herbert H. Adkins 


Mr. James M. Vest, Jr. 


Mr. WUIiam H. Robertson 


Dr. HolcombeH. Hurt,Jr. 


Mr. Earl T. Agee 


Mr.WyndhamP.Walke,Jr. 


Mr. John Cutler Robinson 


Mr. Robert C. Jones 


Mr.JohnD.Alfriend 


Mr. WUIiam B. Wall 


The Rev. Dr. J. Shepherd Russell. 


Mr. George Kostel 


Dr. Letcher B. Barnes 


Mr. Hugh N. Warren 


Jr. HD '85 


Mr. Lewis H. Lancaster, Jr. 


Mr. Richard J. Basto 


Mr. John E. White III 


Mr. John S. Scort, Jr. 


Mr.JohnH.Michalek 


Mr. Harry T. Bridges 


Mr. David W.WUson 


Mr. Edwin Smith 


Dr. Thomas P. Overton 


Mr. George T. Bryson, Jr. 


Dr. Lindley M. Winston 


Mr. Charles W.Smith, Jr. 


Dr. McHenry Peters, Jr. 


Mr. Tate Cox Buchanan 


Dr. Walter B. Woodson, Jr. 


Mr. John V. TTiompson, Jr. 


Mr. Roy C. Rhodes 


Mr. Douglas G. Chapman, Jr. 


TheRcv.V.NcUWyrick,Jr. 


Mr. WUIiam S. Trewert, Jr. 


Mr. C. Wilson Rives 


Dr. Jack W. Chevalier 




Mr. Herman H. Walton, Jr. 


Mr. Charles H. Rolston 


Mr. Lynn P. Chewning 


1951 


Dr. Blair M. Webb 


Dr. J. R. Sentman 


Mr. McLin S. Choate, Jr. 


67.35% of the class contributed 


Mr. Hubert S.White, Jr. 


Dr. Peter W. Squire 


Mr. Samuel M. Cole, Jr. 


$58,529. The average gift was 


Mr. John D. WUson 


Mr. Cornelius W. Sykes, Jr. 


Mr. John W. Cowherd III 


$566.60. 


Mr. Robert B. Wrenn 


The Rev. Charles C. Talley 


The Rev. Russell R. Davis 


Mr. Alfred A. Adkins III 


Mr. J. Meade Wright 


Mr. Benjamin L. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. Robert A. Dirom, Jr. 


Mr. Lawrence T. Berry, Jr. 




Mr. Hubert S. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. William Dayton Dixon, Jr. 


Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. (T) 


1952 


Mr. P. Edmond Virgili 


Mr. Robert W. Driver 


Mr. Walter Bridges, Jr. 


61.63% of the dass contributed 


Mr. William F. Watkins, Jr. 


Dr. Samuel A. Elder 


Mr. Gardiner T. Brooks, Jr. 


$20,507. The average pfi was 


Mr. Plumer W. Wiseman 


Mr. Joseph Davis Elmore 


Dr. David S. Cobbledick 


$386.92 


Mr. George Wright 


Dr. Frank E. Flora 


Mr. Joseph D. East 


The Rev. Lawrence W. Avent 




Mr. Lewis B. Goode, Jr. 


Mr. Robert L. Ennis 


Mr. Ralph W. Biddlecomb 


1949 


Dr. Julius T. Goodman 


Dr. WUIiam S. Foreman, Jr. 


Dr. Charles C. Binford 


66. 67% of the class contributed 


Mr. Edward L. Goodwin 


Dr. Nelson M. Fox, Jr. 


Dr. F. Nash Boney 


$5,891. The average gift was 


Dr. T. Winston Gouldin 


Mr. Robert A. Francis 


Mr. Numa P. Bradner 


$155.03. 


Mr. LeRoyY.Haile,Jr. 


Mr. A. Conrad Frey, Jr. 


The Rev. Warren C. Brannon, Sr. 


Mr. Wesley G. Andrews, Jr. 


The Rev. L. Randolph Harrison 


Mr. Robert L Galloway 


Mr. W. Michaux Buchanan 


Mr. WUIiam N. Balas 


HD76 


Mr. W. MarshaU Geoghegan, Jr. 


Mr. Charles M. Dietz 


Mr. William T. Bondurant, Jr. 


Mr.A.MilanHitt,Jr. 


Mr. Leslie B. GUIiam 


Mr. BasU M. Duncan, Jr. 


Dr. Francis J. Brooke III 


Mr. John W.Howard, Jr. 


Mr. Mark B. Glascock, Jr. 


Dr. Richard M. Frazer 


Mr. H. Otis Copley 


Mr. R. George Hubbard 


Mr. Howell L. Gruver 


Mr. George C. Freeman. Jr. 


The Rev. John R. Dail 


The Rev. Charles R. Hughes, Jr. 


Mr. Walter V.Hall 


The Hon. J. Samuel Glasscock 


The Rev. James E. Drinkard 


Mr. William A. Hunter 


Dr. T. Randolph Harrison 


Dr. Lloyd T.GrifFidi 


Dr. Robert K. Dyer 


Mr. Robert E. Johnson 


The Rev. Samuel P. Hart 


Mr. Paul L. Hanks 


Mr. Charles H.Eure, Jr. 


Mr. Henry L. Jones 


Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. (T) 


Mr. Richand C. Hassold 


Mr. WUIiam D. Gallalce 


Mr. Charles A. Lambdin 


Mr. Walton L. Huff 


Mr. Robert W. Hassold 


Dr. Frederick T. Given, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas S. Lovelace 


Mr. WUIiam O. E. Humphreys 


Dr. Clarence A. Holland 


Mr. Jack A. Glascock 


Mr. WUIiam W. Lucado (T) 


Mr. WUbert T. James III 


Mr. Robert G. Horton, Jr. 


Mr. William P. Groseclose 


Dr. Russell C. MacDonald 


Dr. W. Thomas Joyner, Jr. (F) 


Mr. George R. Irminger 


Mr. John E. Hansbargcr 


Dr. WUIiam W.Martin, Jr. 


Mr. Albert S. Kemper III 


Dr. WUIiam T. Johnson 


The Rev. Everett A. Hellmuth, Jr. 


Mr. Samuel D. May, Jr. 


Mr. Edward P. Kinney, Jr. 


Dr. A. Emerson Johnson III HD 


Mr. H. William HoflFman HD '80 


Mr. Harold L. McCloskey 


Mr. Gilbert R. La rtis, Jr. 


'69 


Mr. Richard D. Hudson 


Mr. WUIiam M. Mcllwaine 


The Rev. Dr. A. Heath Light HD 


Mr. Robert W.King, Jr. 


Mr. John A. Hudson, Jr. 


Dr. WUIiam D. McLean 


•87 


Dr. ElmerK. Landis,Jr. 


The Rev. Dr. John M. Irvine. Jr. 


Mr. BUlie M. MUlner 


Mr. Harvey S. Lutins 


Dr. Henry S. Liebert, Jr. 


Dr. Archer Jones 


Mr. James V. Morgan, Sr. 


Mr. John D. Macdonald 


Mr. G.W.Lindsay 


Mr. Frank Davis Luck III 


Mr. Paul M. Nicholls 


Mr. David S. McQung II 


Mr. John P. Maiagon 


Mr. James W.Luke, Jr. 


Mr. M. Scon Nininger, Jr. 


Mr. Robert P. McLean 


Mr. Gordon B. Marshall 


Dr. Winfield Massie 


Mr. Robert B. Osburn 


Dr. John H. Moling III 


Mr. Robert S. Mathews 


Mr. William L. McLaughlin 


Mr. Randolph M. Owen 


Mr. B. F. Moomaw, Jr. 


The Rev. Claud W. McCauley 


Mr. Arthur H. Michel 


Mr. C. Robert Pecry 


Mr. Walter V.Moore, Jr. 


Mr. Hobson C. McGehee, Jr. 


Mr. Claude W.Milam 


Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. 


Mr. WUIiam A. Moore 


Dr. Eugene D. MUener III 


TheRev.Wentz J. Miller 


Dr. John M. Quaries 


Mr. Donald C. Morris, Jr. 


Mr. G. R. Misenhelter 


Mr. Grant C. Sipp 


Mr. Ewell M. Rawles 


Mr. Charles B. Morton III 


Mr. Harvey B. Morgan 


Mr. P. Warren Spradcy, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas C. Rennie 


Dr. V. Atwell Motley, Jr. 


Dr. Charles H. Moseley. Jr. 


Dr. W. Graham Stephens 


Mr. Robert D. Richards 


Mr. Edwin P. Ncvin 


Mr. Lewis F. Norton 


The Rev. Anhur H. Stevens, Jr. 


Dr. Samuel B. Ryburn 


Mr. Meigs A. Newkirk 


Dr. Benjamin R, Ogburn 


Mr. Charles C. Vaden 


Mr. James P. Saxe 





7] 


\Ar. Richard E. Nolan 


Dr. Charles H. Peterson, Jr. 








2w 















Mr. James G. Rennic, Jr. 


1954 




Mr. Thomas E. Reese 


1957 


Dr. George S. Richardson HD '63 


59.68% of the class contributed 


Mr. W. Cabell Rives III 


62.50% of the class contributed 


The Rev. W. Ramsey Richardson 


$1 7.260. The average gift was 


Mr. James C. Robbins 


$54,170. The average gift was 


Mr. Austin M. Saffer, Jr. 


$466.49. 


Mr. Robcn F. Roberts 


$1,203.78. 


Dr. John B. Schug 


Lt. Col. Edwin J. Andrews, Jr. 


The Hon. Joseph P. Rushbrooke 


The Rev. Thomas T Biggs 


Mr. William R. Shands, Jr. 


Dr. Burness F. Anscll, Jr. 


The Hon. Amos C. Saunders 


Mr. George C. Bird 


Dr. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr. 


Mr. Wade T.Atkins, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas J. Savage, Jr. 


Dr. Thomas P. Bowe, Jr. 


Mr. Stuart A. Talbott 


Mr. William C. Boinest (T) 


Mr. W. Sydnor Settle (T) 


Mr. Sidney S. Bridgforth, Jr. 


Dr. Herbert G.Tulilll 


Mr. Ben James Bowers 


Mr. Thomas F. Stewart 


Mr. Warren B. Carter 


Dr. Marcelius E. WaddiU 


Mr. Dilworth S. Cook, Jr. 


Mr. Richard L. Waymack 


The Hon. Jose Davila, Jr. 


Mr. William C. Wanbaugh, Jr. 


Dr. John A. Cross, Jr. 


Mr. Furman B. Whitescarver, Jr. 


Mr. William H.Drumeller 


Mr. David C. Weeks 


Dr. Frederick C. Davis, Jr. 


Mr. KennonC.WhinkJr. 


Mr. James Gordon Fraier 


Mr. LeighC.Whaley.Jr. 


Mr. Vincent L. Duran 


Dr. Philip P. Wilson 


Mr. William C. French 


Mr.JakeE. Waiiams 


Mr. Carter B. S. Furr 




Mr. Robert A. Furr, Jr. 


Mr. Herbert T. WiUiams III 


Mr. Joseph S. Gillespie, Jr. 


1956 


Mr. William R. Gardner, Jr. 


Mr. Ballard P. Wood 


Mr. Harvie L. Hardie 


61.84% of the class contributed 


Mr. Clarence R. Gillespie 


Mr. RobettJ. C. Wrenn 


Mr. Rives S. Hardy 


$1 1,975. The average gift was 


Dr. George L. B. Grinnan 


Mr. William H. Wright 


Dr. Harry F.Hoke, Jr. 


$254.79 


Mr. R. Bryan Grinnan III 


Mr. Howard A Wynne, Jr. 


Dr. R. Douglas Humphrey, Jr. 


Mr. Arthur M. Baugh 


Dr. Walter LGmbb, Jr. 




Mr. C. Eddie Jones 


Mr. Fred A. Bebeau 


Dr. Austin B. Harrelson 


1953 


Dr. David Lee Litchfield 


Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. 


Mr. James L. Hatcher, Jr. 


60.56% of the elms contributed 


Mr. Gordon M. Lucey 


Mr. Edward L. Breeden III 


Mr. B.Graves Kerr III 


$7348. The averag; gift was 


Mr. Joe S. Maupin 


Dr. J. Mills Britt, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas F. Kilby 


$170.88. 


Mr. William H. Plank 


Dr. Gilbert H. Bryson 


Dr. Willcne L. LcHew 


Mr. Jerome M. Adams 


Mr. E. Stewart Robertson 


Mr. Charles O. Cake 


Mr. Thomas C. Looney 


Mr.WUliamM.Alphin 


Mr. F. Brodnax Robertson III 


Mr. Frank G. Carrington, Jr. 


Mr. Hugh B. Marshall 


Mr. Shcppard K. Ames, Jr. 


Dr. Fred D. Robinson 


Mr. William T. Carrington, Jr. 


The Rev. Dr. Edgar C. Maysc 


Dr. Richard S. Andrews 


Mr. Robert F. Rosenbaum 


Mr. Franklin J. Cancr 


Mr. Walter C. McDermott, Jr. 


Mr. Alvan M. Aron 


Mr. Romulus M. Sanders, Jr. 


Mr. Robert J. Dennis 


Mr. Heniy H. McVey III (T) 


Dr. Charles C. Ashby 


Mr.JohnR-Shiflet 


Dr. William P. Edmondson, Jr. 


Mr. R. Dennis Morton 


Mr. Joseph M. Bagley 


Mr. James 1. Slaydon, Jr. 


Mr. Roger K. Elliott 


Mr. Joseph S. Myers 


Mr. George E. Bahen, Jr. 


Mr. Harold R. Spencer 


Mr. John R. Fisher III 


Mr. Malcolm R. Myers (T) 


Dr. John D. Bower 


Mr. William B. Taylor 


Mr. Richard M. Geoghegan 


Dr. William L. Odom 


Mr. Ernest G. Davis, Jr. 


Dr. R. Dean Tester 


The Rev. W. Spencer Hamrick 


Mr. William O.Payne, Jr. 


Mr. Vernon D. Dawson 


Mr. Robert B. Upshaw 


Dr. Herbert W.Harris, Jr. 


Mr. C. Graham Pembroke, Jr. 


Mr. Philip M. De Haas 


Mr. H. Benjamin Vincent, Sr. 


Mr. Ronald M. Henry 


Mr. Sumner R. Pugh, Jr. 


Dr. Herbert D.Deane, Jr. 


Mr. Glen G. Vought 


Mr. Lawrence H. Hoover, Jr. 


Mr. Michaux Raine III 


Mr. Charles E. Dunn 


Mr. Joseph L. Wallace, Jr. 


Mr. Langhorne Jones, Jr. 


Mr. Clyde E. Shelton 


Mr. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. 


Dr. K.K. Wallace, Jr. 


Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. 


Dr. L. Banks Simmons 


Dr. William S.Erwin, Jr. 


Dr. George M. Williams 


Mr. Phillip W. Key 


Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. William C. Fitzgerald 


The Hon.J.M.H Willis, Jr. 


The Hon. James E. Kulp 


Mr. Clifton R. Titus, Jr. 


Mr. Albert C. Ford 


Mr. A. Ford Zchmer 


Mr. M. Edwin McCall, Sr. 


Mr. Robert E. Towers 


Mr. A. Cabell Ford, Jr. 




Mr. G.Otis Mead III 


Mr. Robert G. Traylor 


Mr. Charles B. Fraley 


1955 


Mr. William O.Moseley. Jr. 


Mr. Joseph P. Vaughan, Jr. 


Mr. Frank R. Hoffmann 


61.82% of the class contributed 


Mr. Frank L. Nanney, Jr. 


Mr. Robert H.Walker, Jr. 


Mr. J. Bruce James 


$16,115. The average gift was 


Mr. John Y.Nicholson HI 


Mr. Earle R. Ware II 


Mr. Robert M. Johnson 


$473.97 


Dr. Maurice Noningham, Jr. 


Mr. T. Ashby Wans III 


Mr. Paul M. Kelley 


Dr. Mowbray Allan 


Mr. Donald R. Perritt 


Mr.JohnP.WetherilllV 


Dr. Hubert E. Kiser, Jr. 


Dr. Robert B. Allen 


Dr. Robert M. Pilcher,Jr. 


Mr. FletcherJ. Wright III 


Mr. E. Lee LeCompte 


Mr. James G. Anderson, Sr. 


Dr. John A. Rawls 




Mr. Harry G. McGinn, Jr. 


Col. E. H. Benson 


Mr. Waiiam T. Reed III 


1958 


Mr. J. Carroll Melton II 


Mr. Douglas A. Bryant 


Mr. John F. Richards 


53.95% of the class contributed 


Mr. Owen R. Minter 


The Hon. Alton E. Bryant, Jr. 


Mr. Donald A. Ross 


$14306. The average gift was 


Mr. William T. Murphy, Jr. 


Mr. Horace E. Costley, Jr. 


Mr. John E. Sadler, Jr. 


$348.93. 


Mr. Harry J. Nanney 


Mr. John W. Craddock 


Mr. Edward L. Sanders 


Mr. Corydon M. Baylor, Jr. 


Mr. Sydnor C. Newman, Jr. 


Mr. John Worth Crandal! 


Mr. L. Edward Scruggs 


Mr. James N. Boyd 


Dr. William M. Oppenhimer 


Mr. Robert E. Curtis, Jr. 


Mr. Richard B. Sessoms 


Mr. Miles S. Brooks 


Mr. J. Harding Owen 


Mr. William Daughtrey, Jr. 


Mr. John W.Sherman III 


Mr. Thomas S. Bryant, Jr. 


Mr. Henry M. Read 


Dr. Roy W.Dent, Jr. 


Dr. James H. Smith 


Mr. Frank Buck 


Mr. Thomas E. Reed 


Mr. Guy O. Farley, Jr. 


Mr. Halsey W.Smith, Jr. 


Dr. J. George Buston II 


Mr. AlarikA. Rosenlund 


Dr. Arthur S. Gear, Jr. 


Mr. James M. Turner 


Mr. Sherwood C. Butler, Jr. 


Mr. Roney Rowland 


Mr. Thomas E. Glascock 


Mr. Herman B. Walker 


Mr. O. Holmes Carter 


Mr. Robert LSaffelle, Jr. 


Mr. Clyde D. Joyce 


Mr. H. EwingWalLJr. 


MajorJ. Thomas Clark III 


Mr. J. Edwin Stanfield 


Mr. Richard B. KiUinger 


Mr. Calvin N.Warfield, Jr. 


Mr. E. Eugene Cooke 


Mr. G. Scott Taylor 


Mr. Edsel H. Lester 


Mr. J. Shelby White 


Mr. Richard S. Copeland 


Mr. Robert S. Tucker, Jr. 


The Rev. Richard L. Newkirk 


Mr. William D. Williams 


Mr. Charles M. Cowan, Jr. 


Mr. E. Kemper Uhler. Jr. 


Mr. James M. Overbey 


Mr. Bernard L Woody, Jr. 


Dr. Philip C. Davis 


The Rev. Francis B. Williams, Jr. 


The Rev. Robert E. Pollock 




Dr. R. Ben Dawson, Jr. 




Mr. George H. Randall 


T 


^ 




The Rev. Peter C. Fulghum 








li 











HAMPnP.N-.SYnNRY rOTIRCF, 






Dr. William L.Griggs III 


Mr. R. Tyler Whitley 


1961 


Dr. Donald B. Nolan 


Mr. Thorn F. Hanes 


Mr. William P. Wil kins, Jr. 


52.94% of the class contributed 


Mr. Irvin Owings III 


Mr. Edward S. Harlow, Jr. 


Mr. L. Barron Wood, Jr. 


$6,842. The average gift was 


Mr. Stephen D. Proctor 


Mr. Percy Harris III 


Mr. James K. Woodley, Jr. 


$190.06. 


Dr. Dudley A. Raine, Jr. 


Mr. John E. Harwood.Jr. 


Mr. Thomas S. Word, Jr. 


Mr. John M. Acken 


Mr. Archibald Robertson III 


Mr. Karl C. Henderson 




Mr. Leo R, Andrews, Jr. 


Dr. R. Lewis Royster, Jr. 


Mr. Alexander L. Hoffman 


1960 


Mr. RylandA. Babb,Jr. 


Mr.JosephM. Ruffin.Jr. 


Mr. Robert W. Humphreys 


55.21% of the class contributed 


Mr. Robert M. Barger 


Dr. William G. Sale III 


Dr.WellfordW. Ingc.Jr. 


$32,032. The average gifi was 


Mr. Forest G. Bogan, Jr. 


Mr. William N. Sasher 


Mr. Henry C. Irby 


$604.38. 


Dr. Lewis W. Bridgforth 


Mr. Daniel H. Shaner 


The Hon. Joseph A. Leafe 


Mr. Thomas N. Allen (T) 


Mr. Scott Broaddus 


Mr. Nelson Showalter 


Mr. Henry P. McG ill, Jr. 


Mr. Dan H. Barkhouser 


Mr. James F. Carper 


Mr. C. Frederick Shultz 


Mr. R. Maxwell Meador 


Mr. William G. Benson 


Mr.JackH. Chappell 


Mr. Clarence O. Sligh, Jr. 


Mr. James C. Melvin 


Mr. J. Roben Bray 


Mr. Robcn B. Ewald III 


Mr. Kent A. Smack 


Mr. Nathaniel P. Neblett 


Mr. Edward H. Bryant, Jr. 


Mr. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. 


Mr. Harry H. Titus 


The Rev. WilVam T. Perkins 


Mr. Robert J. Burnette 


Mr. Edward K. Godsey, Jr. 


Mr. John T. Tompkins III 


Mr. James F. Post IV 


Dr. Hawes Campbell III 


Mr. Daniel M. Hawks 


Mr. Thomas S. Tredway 


Mr. Harry Borum Price III 


Capt. Charles B. Collman 


Mr. Wayne E. Hoy 


Mr. John A. Williams 


Mr. John Carlisle Priddy 


Dr. William Costenbader, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph O. Humphreys 


Mr. Thomas F. Williams, Jr. 


Dr. Henry A. Prillaman, Jr. 


Dr. Benjamin M. Crowder 


Mr. Frederick F. Johnson 


Mr. Herbert D.Wolff III 


Dr. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. 


Dr. John C. Crump III 


Mr. Hugh K. Leary 


Mr. Ernest M. Wood III 


Mr. Allen H.Reynolds 


Dr. Brian A. Dementi 


Mr. Gary B. Mayo III 




Mr. William C. Richardson, Jr. 


Mr. Roland W. Dodson 


Dr. George J. McVey HD 76 


1963 


Dr. Peter Rosanelli, Jr. 


Dr. Lewis H. Drew (S) 


Mr. D. Roger Mower, Jr. 


54. 72% of the class contributed 


Mr. Edward C. Shepherd IV 


The Hon. Nelson T. Durden 


Mr. Robert K. Norfleet 


$38. 703. The average gift was 


Mr. A. Darden Towc 


Mr. Marshall R. Ebert 


Mr. George M. O'Mara 


$667.29 


Mr. John Hardy Waters III (S) 


Mr. Clayton W. Eisinger 


Dr. Kelley E. Overcash 


Anonymous 




Mr. Donald A. Fowler 


Mr. William H. Payne 


Mr. Douglas R. Allen 


1959 


Mr. F. Meriwether Fowlkes, Jr. 


Mr. Marshall N. Pearman, Jr. 


Mr. Robert H. Bennett 


54.67% of the class contributed 


Mr. Edward H. Fox 


Mr. Thomas L. Risby, Jr. 


Mr. Carl F. Bowmer 


$1 6, 462. The average pft was 


Mr. William H. Goodwyn, Jr. 


Mr. James H. Slaughter 


Mr. G. Grayson Boyce 


$401.51. 


Dr. James H. G rant, Jr. 


Mr. David H. Smith II 


Mr. Otis H.Bradley, Jr. 


Dr. John W.Bailey, Jr. 


Mr. John F. Graves 


Mr. Olen C. Stewart, Jr. 


Dr. W, Hamilton Bryson 


Mr. Edmund L. Benson III 


Mr. John N. Harrington, Jr. 


Dr. H.Ben Stone III 


Mr. Benjamin M. Butler 


Mr. John L. Brinkley (F) 


Mr. Leon W. Hawker, Sr. 


Mr. J. Robert Stump 


Mr. Richard H. Cardwell 


Mr. William O. Bryant 


Mr. E. Martin Hedgepeth, Jr. 


Mr. James L. Swisher 


Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. (T) 


Mr. Robert W. Carter 


Mr. Thomas A. Hickman, Sr. 


Mr. Samuel L. Tarry 


Mr. William D. Cassidy III 


Mr. Stuart W. Copeland 


Dr. Joseph C.Hillier 


Dr. Curtis H. Thomas, Jr. 


Mr. Josh C. Cox, Jr. 


Mr. Robert Q. Cunningham 


The Hon. Fred L. Hoback, Jr. 


Dr. Robert E. Wallace 


Mr. Jack E. Custer 


Dr. George D.Delo, Jr. 


Mr. M. Norton Howe, Jr. 


Dr. William B.Williams, Jr. 


Mr. William S. Davidson 


Mr. Alexander F. Diliard, Jr. 


Dr. W. Glenn Hurt 


Mr. Michael L. Woosley, Sr. 


Mr. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. 


Dr. Francis J. Duckwall 


Mr. Thomas H. Jones 




Mr. Norwood H. Davis, Jr. 


Mr. William L. Fagan, Jr. 


Mr.JohnG.McNieLJr. 


1962 


Mr. Dennis B. Dills 


Mr. James G. Ferneyhough 


Mr. Ben S. Morgan III 


57.33% of the class contributed 


Mr. Lewis C. Everett 


Mr. WUliam R. Hess 


Dr. John W.Myers III 


$8,010. The average gift was 


Mr. A. Murray Fisher 


Dr. J. Robert Hippensteele 


Dr. William EOvercash, Jr. 


$186.28 


Mr. Mcrvin A. Frantz, Jr. 


Mr. Philip A. Hoge 


Mr. John E. Pappas 


Mr. Sidney G. Armswonhy 


Dr. C. Eari Guthrow, Jr. 


Mr. Clarence B. Hyde II 


Dr. William A. Robertson 


Mr. Robert W. Batten 


Mr. William B. Hanes 


Mr. O. Magruder Jones, Jr. 


Mr. Banlett Roper, Jr. 


Mr. William T.Butler, Jr. 


Mr. James W. Hardin 


Dr. Richard A. LeHew 


Dr. Thomas L. Sarvay, Jr. 


Mr. William T. Garden 


Mr. Samuel C. Harding, Jr. 


Mr. John N. Meadows, Jr. 


Mr. William T. Saunders, Jr. 


Dr. Raymond L. Claterbaugh 


Dr. G. Philip Hillcn III 


Dr. Elbert P. Osborne, Jr. 


Mr. Gilbert H. Sayres 


Dr. Phillip M. Cook 


Dr. Donald W. Houpe 


Mr. Charles A. Petersen, Jr. 


Mr. Raymond M. Scruggs 


Mr. Stuart Egerton II 


Mr. William W. Lowcry III 


Dr.JamesJ.H. Price 


Mr. Garnen F. Smith 


Mr. Edward L. Evans 


Mr. Wallace E. Masencup III 


Mr. Arthur W. Raine 


Mr. Landon Caner Smith 


Mr. J. William Ferrell III 


Mr. Roderick B. Mathews 


Dr. John N. Ralsten 


Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. (T) 


Mr. Fred L Garren III 


Mr. Anhur J. Matney 


Mr. Edward H. Richmond, Jr. 


Mr. Alan D. Stein 


Mr. John R Grymes 


Dr. Russell G. McAllister, Jr. 


Mr. George E. Rickman 


Mr. Douglas H. Stinespring 


Dr. Randolph R. Hall 


Dr.JohnN. McDaniel 


Mr. DavidA. Robb,Jr. 


Mr. Raymond B, Wallace, Jr. 


Mr. R. Garnett Hall, Jr. 


Dr. Thomas R, McDaniel 


Dr. Marvin W. Scott 


Mr. William G. Waters 


Mr. Paulus I. Haynsworth 


Dr. John W. Melton III 


Dr. John M. Shepherd, Jr. 


Dr. Paul F. White 


Dr. William J. Heinzer 


Mr. William R Middelthon, Jr. 


Mr. Lawrence N. Smith 


Mr. William T. Wilson 


Mr. John R Higgs 


Mr. Philip H. Miller 


Mr. T. Robison Smith 


Mr. Emmen D. B. Yancey 


Mr. Charles E. Hubbard 


Mr. William E. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. Richani P. Spider 




Mr. Tristram T. Hyde IV 


Mr. Gerald M. Pace 


Mr. H. R. Stallard (T) 




The Rev. William K. Leach 


Mr. Philip G. Padgett, Jr. 


Mr. R.KingWaddill 




Mr. Robert C. Leonard, Jr. 


Mr. W. Greyson Quarles, Jr. 


Mr. Edmund LWaddiU. Jr. 




Mr. David F. Lykins 


Dr. Holman C. Rawls III 


Mr. Fred G. Warren 




Mr. William E. Mason 


Mr. H. Kennedy Reveley, Jr. 


Mr. Donald P. Whitley 







71 


^r. William J. Nelson, Jr. 










2. 













1 000-01 HONOR ROI.I. OF DONORS 






The Rev. Raymond W. 


Mr. Kenneth M. Pritchctt 


1 
Dr. Allan C. Sundin 


Mr. Glenn C. Vaughn 


Riddleberger 


Dr. Giles M. Robertson. Jr. 


Dr. Richard W. Topham 


Mr. RicksS.Voight.Jr. 


Mr. John W. Romm, Jr. 


Mr. A. Francis Robinson. Jr. 


Mr. Kenneth E. Washburn 


Mr. B.KirkeWhite.Jr. 


Mr. Preston O. Sartellc, Jr. 


Mr. PhUip F. Root 


Mr. Charles H. Wheeler IV 


The Rev. William W. Williamson, 


Dr. Wade H. Saunders III 


Mr. Allan Ross 


Mr. Roy C. Wood 


Jr. HD -60 


Dr. Kenneth N. Scott 


Mr. C. Edward Russell. Jr. 


Dr. Edward S. Wood III 


Mr. Roy R Wimmer 


Dr. Harvey F. Selden 


Dr. John D. Semones 






Dr. Harold P. Settle, Jr. 


The Rev. Louis A. Skidmore 


1966 


1967 


Mr. J. Stuart Shelton 


The Hon. Charles H. Smith. Jr. 


63.92% of the class contributed 


59.84% of the class contributed 


Mr. Henry A. Shield 


Mr. Gregory O. Stone 


$19, 738. The average pft was 


$27,652. The average fffi was 


The Rev. Glenn W. Small. Jr. 


Mr. Clifford L. Thomas 


$318.35 


$378.79 


Mr. Walter O.Smith III 


Dr. Roben H. Welch 


Mr. Harper S. Alford 


Dr. Robert B.Albce. Jr. 


Mr. Charles W. Sommardahl, Sr. 


The Hon. Thomas H. Wood 


Mr. Dwight L. Andrews 


Dr. C. Bruce Alexander 


Dr. Sherrill W. Stockton. Jr. 




Dr. Samuel H. Baker III 


Colonel William T. Anderson 


Mr. Marshall H. Stuart 


1965 


Mr. David E. Bergren III 


The Hon. William C. Andrews III 


Mr. William W. Tennent III 


57.29% of the class contributed 


Dr. Frank M. Booth III 


Mr, Charles G. Armfield III 


Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. 


$30. 186. The average gift was 


Dr. Richard B.Bowles. Jr. 


Mr. Stephen D. Beck 


Mr. Rodney E. WJliams 


$548.84. 


Mr. Michael W. Brickey 


Mr. Edward A. Beck III 


Mr. David G.Wilson. Jr. 


Mr. Herbert S. Adams 


Mr. B.Louis Briel. Jr. 


Mr. Ernest W. BcU III 


Mr. Neil W. Yeargin 


Dr. Joseph E. Agsten 


Mr. James G. Bruce III 


Mr. John O.Boyd III 




Mr. Thomas M. Amos 


Mr. Theodore J. Burr. Jr. 


Mr. William C. Childrey 


1964 


Dr. John E. Anfin 


Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III 


Mr. Charles B. Cocke 


53.40% of the class contributed 


Dr. John R. Barker 


Mr. C. C. Chcwning III 


Mr. Thomas D. Corkran 


$22, 569. The average gift was 


Mr, Frederick W. Beck III 


Mr. Daniel D. Chiles. Jr. 


Mr. James P. Councill III 


$410.55. 


Mr. Doddridge H. Biaett III 


Mr. Robert M. Chilton 


Mr. George G. Cralle, Jr. 


The Rev. John L. Alexander 


Mr. John M. Boswell 


Mr. Mark S. Chinn 


Mr. Henry P. Custis, Jr. 


Mr. L. Philip Bailey, Jr. 


Mr. R. Jeffrey Bowker 


Mr. John R Cocke. Jr. 


Mr. Robert S. Darden 


Mr. Edwin B. Baker 


Dr. John G. Claudy 


Mr. William B. Crawley. Jr. 


The Rev. Eddie W. Dedrick 


Dr. George H. Bcckwith 


Dr. Thomas F. Connelly. Jr. 


Mr. Charles W.Crist. Jr. 


Mr. W. Robert Fa.son, Jr. 


Mr. John H. Bergeron 


Dr. James F. Cope 


The Rev. Charles N. Davidson. Jr. 


Dr. Alan T. Elliott 


Mr. Harold U. BIythe 


Mr. Richard F.Cralle. Jr. 


Mr, Stephen C. DeBcU 


Dr. Charles W. Ford 


Mr. James A. Bott. Jr. 


Mr. Richard H.Crane, Jr. 


Mr. Robert E.Doyle. Jr. 


Mr. John Franklin III 


Mr. Reginald W.Bours III 


Mr. R, Madison Cummings. Jr. 


Mr. John E. Early III 


Mr. William A. Gillespie 


Mr.J. P. McGuireBoyd 


Mr. Gene B.Dixon. Jr. (T) 


Mr. Stephen M, Gedney 


Mr. Rodney G. Goggin 


Mr. W.Kent Carter, Jr. 


Mr. William Birch Douglass III 


Mr. Dickinson M. Gould 


Mr. John P. Grove 


Mr. Michael D. Caver 


(D 


Mr. A. Jamieson Gregory 


Mr. Barry A. Hackney 


Mr. W. Bates Chappcll 


Mr. Thomas U. Dudley 


Dr. Darrow E. Haagensen. Jr. 


Lt. Col. Allen P. Hazlegrove 


Mr. C. C. Chcwning III 


Dr. William M. Edwards 


Lt, Col, Donal F. Hartman. Jr. 


Mr. Joseph A. Hazlegrove, Jr. 


Dr. L. Henry demons, Jr. 


Mr. Fred B. Gentry. Jr. 


Dr. Richard F.Hawkins. Jr. 


Mr. Lei^ton S. Houck 


Mr. John B. Cline 


Mr. Thomas S. George 


Dr. Jack I. Hayes 


Mr. Kenneth R Hyde. Jr. 


Mr. Kenneth W. Cook 


Dr. Richard D. Giles 


Mr. T. David Hinton 


Mr. Randall H.James 


Mr. J. Sidney Davenport FV 


Mr. Herbert C.Gill. Jr. 


Mr. E. M. Hopkins 


Mr. Jerry W. Jenkins 


Mr. James F. Douthat 


TTie Hon. Ray Wilson Grubbs 


The Rev. William H. Jordan. Jr. 


Mr. Robert E. Johnson 


Mr. W. Sidney Druen 


Mr. Scon M. Harwood 


Mr. David W. Leary 


Dr. Keith M. Jones 


Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds. Jr. 


Mr. B. Warren Hawthorne. Jr. 


Dr. Thomas W. Littrcll 


Dr, Webb D. Jones 


Mr. David C. Fuller 


Mr. George H. Heilig, Jr. 


Dr. Daniel W. Mason III 


Mr, R Daniel Keeling II 


Mr. Wallace W. Giglio 


The Hon. Stephen H. Helvin 


Mr. Walter L. McKibbon 


Mr, Harold B,Kellam. Jr. 


Dr.J.ChaHesGills 


The Rev. G. Geoffrey Hubbard 


Mr.JosephD. Miles III 


Mr. Thomas B. Kern 


Mr. Donald R. Gladstone 


Mr. Ronald R. Jessee II 


Dr. R. Carter Morris 


Mr. Leon Agee Lackey. Jr. 


Dr. Allen M. Glasgow 


Mr. David L. Johnson 


Mr. Robert L. Morriss 


Mr. Greene H, Lawson. Jr. 


Mr. Edwin H. Graves. Jr. 


Mr. Edward C. Johnston. Jr. 


Mr. R Stedman Oakcy, Jr. 


Dr. Robert H. Loving, Jr. 


Mr. P. Wayne Gray 


Mr. John T. King 


Mr. James R Painter 


Mr. Wickliffe S. Lyne 


Dr. Larry D. Henslcy 


Mr. George W. Macon III 


Mr. Michael W. Paulette 


Mr. W. Daniel MacGill III 


Mr. Robert LHines. Jr. 


Mr. Richard C. Manson. Jr. 


Dr. James E. Payne 


Mr. Richard B. Madden 


Mr. R. Dcvercuxjarratt 


Mr. Harry F. McArver. Jr. 


Mr. James R Pickens 


Mr. James D. Mapp, Jr. 


Mr. Nathaniel A. Jobe. Jr. 


Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin. Jr. 


Dr. John R Ragsdale III 


Mr. Stephen H. Martin 


Mr. Clyde C. Lamond III 


Dr. George F. Neal 


The Rev. James M. Rissmiller 


Mr. L. White Matthews III 


Mr. Fontaine B. Lawson 


Mr. Wilson G.Page. Jr. 


Mr. J. Patterson Rogers III 


Mr. David J. McKittrick 


Mr. Stephen C. Levcrton 


Mr. George F. Perkins 


Mr. Herbert L. Sebren, Jr. 


Mr. William R MiUer III 


Mr. Thomas M. Lewis 


Mr. George H. Plunkett 


Mr. William J. Seegers 


Mr. Edward C. Moomaw. Jr. 


Mr. H. Timothy Little 


Mr. David W. Reynolds 


Dr. CletusM. Sellers. Jr. 


Dr. Charles C. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. L. Cecil Long 


Mr. James E. Robertson 


Mr. William F. Shumadine. Jr. (T) 


Mr. Roger L. Morton 


Dr. Horace C. Lukens. Jr. 


Mr. William F. Robinson. Jr. 


Mr. William L. Shumate III 


Dr. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. 


Mr. Charles I. Lunsford II 


Mr. Daniel E. Rogers II 


Mr.WilliamA.Talley.Jr. 


Dr. M.Mercer Neale III 


Mr. Michael F. Moorman 


Dr. Dixon M. Rollins 


Mr. William C. Thompson 


Dr. E. Blackford Noland, Jr. 


Mr. Wayne A. Morrison 


Mr. John B. Sartain (T) 


Mr. W. Waverley Townes 


Dr. William R Nottingham, Jr. 


Dr. George F. Nixon. Jr. 


Mr. G. Dalton Schreck 


Mr. Joseph W. Tuck 


Mr. Thomas M. Orange 


Mr. John C. Parrott 11 


Mr. Julious P. Smith. Jr. 


Mr. Lawrence J. Tweel 


Mr. Robert H. Owen 


Mr. Henry R Pollard IV 


Dr. Theodore R. Smith. Jr. 


n 




'Ax. Travis J. Tysinger 


Mr.J. Russell Parker III 








Id 













HAMPDRN-SYnNEY COLLEGE 








Mr. Richard E. Poncr 


Mr. Philip deButts Rome 


Dr. Wallace C.Nunley, Jr. 


Mr 


R. Rick Reiss 


Dr. Randall W. PoweU 


Mr. Douglas P. Rucker, Jr. 


Mr. J. G. Overstrect 


Mr 


Charles D. Robison III 


Mr. Warren C. Redfcrn 


Mr. N. Hartley Schearer, Jr. 


Mr. Warren M. Pace, Jr. 


Dr 


Robert E. Rude 


Mr. Alan L. Robinson 


Mr. Pendleton M. Shiflett III 


Mr. John T.Percy, Jr. 


Dr 


Randolph E. Savage 


Mr. James A. Rosenstock, Jr. 


Mr. Samuel S. Shiplett 


Dr. HarryA. Raddin,Jr. 


Mr 


Boyd Scarborough 


Mr. Peter W. Smith IV 


Mr. Martin H. Sugg 


Dr. E. Jarran Ramsey, Jr. 


Mr 


William D.SeldenV 


Mr. R. Curtis Steele, Jr. 


Mr. J. Timothy Thornton 


Mr. James H. Rhodes 


Dr 


John Philip Sherrod 


Dr. Kearfott M. Stone 


Mr. W. Malcolm Tilson 


Mr. W. Randolph Robinson 


Mr 


Norman K. Snook, Jr. 


Mr. William T. Stuchell III 


Mr. Ronald R. Tweel 


Mr. Donald C. Robison 


Mr 


Howard N. Soucek 


Mr. Robert R. Swann 


Dr. Thomas M. Walshe III 


Mr. S. Rowell Sargeant, Jr. 


Mr 


Philip C. Spencer 


Mr. Wayne T. Tennent 


Mr. Robert L. Watt III 


Mr. Edward M.Schaaf III 


Mr 


H. Watts Steger III 


Mr. Lawrence T. Trice, Jr. 


Dr. William H.Weiss, Jr. 


Mr. W. C. Scruggs, Jr. 


Mr 


Charles S. Stringfellow, Jr. 


Dr. Remus S. Turner, Jr. 


Mr. Richard H. West 


Mr. Clyde Arthur Smith, Jr. 


Mr 


U. D.Sudduth,Jr. 


Mr. Randolph H. Watts 


Mr. D. M. Westerhouse, Jr. 


Dr. David A. Stulman 


Mr 


Randolph P. Tabb, Jr. 


Mr.J.KendallWhitaker.Jr. 


Mr. Corbin McCue Wilkes 


Lt. Col. Michael D. Tiller 


Dr 


James L. Tompkins 


Mr. Rupert R. Wmfiec 


The Rev. Charles C. Williamson 


Mr. Finley M. Waddell II 


Mr 


Leroy B. Vaughan 


Mr. Jan Michael Yarosz 


Mr. William F. Wilson II 


Mr. Gerald M. Walker 


Mr 


James E. White, Sr. 


Mr. John P. Yeaman 


Mr. Richard W. Wiltshire, Jr. 


Dr. Edgar N. Weaver, Jr. 


Mr 


Donald W. Wmgfield 




Mr. Charles F. Winhoeflft 


Mr. Richard J. Williams 


Dr 


Edward R. Win, Jr. 


1968 




Mr. Richard L. Wobus 






62.63% of the class contributed 


1969 




1971 


$31,827. The average gift IMS 


53.39% of the class contributed 


1970 


62.90% of the class contributed 


$513.34. 


$1 4, 750. The average gift was 


53. 10% of the class contributed 




$1 7, 480. The average gift was 


Mr. William Byrn Alsup III 


$234.13. 


$25, 01 6. The average gift was 




$22410. 


Mr. Ronald W.Axsellc 


Mr. J. Simmons Armstrong 


$416.93. 


Mr 


John B.Adams, Jr. 


Mr. Walter C. Barco 


Dr. John M. Bass 


Mr. Michael J. Adelman 


Mr 


James Moore Allen 


Mr. E. C. Becker 


Dr. Richard C. Bell 


Mr. William G. Barkley 


Dr 


Joseph L. Austin 


Mr. James L. Beckncr 


Mr. Samuel Fraley Bost 


Mr. Daniel C. Bartges, Jr. 


Mr 


David A. Baldini 


Mr. Horatio A.E Bigelow 


Mr. William P. Brown 


Cmdr. Lindsay C. Blanton 


Mr 


Richard C. Beale 


Mr. W. Taylor Boone, Jr. 


Mr. Jeffrey M. Bull 


Mr. David A. Bowers 


Dr 


Larry P. Belote 


Mr. George W. Boylan 


Mr. Charles R. Cobb 


Mr. Stratford W. Butterworlh 


Mr 


Harvard R. Birdsong 


Mr. Ronald H. Burton 


Mr. J. Leonard Cobb 


Mr. Kenneth E. Childress 


Mr 


Joseph E. Blackburn, Jr. 


Mr. F. Scott Campbell III 


Dr. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. 


Mr. Paul H. Cooksey 


Mr 


Andrew C. Bohnengel 


Dr. James T. Campen 


Mr. Arthur G. Costan III 


Mr. Stuart T. Crook 


Mr 


Anthony A. Burke 


Mr. R. Dabney Carson III 


Mr. Burke H. Graver, Jr. 


Mr. R. Brandt Deal 


Mr 


Charles Y.CaldweU III 


Mr. Robert K. Caudle, Jr. 


Mr. W. Berry Dumas 


Mr. F. Stephen Drake 


Mr 


Ray S.Campbell, Jr. 


The Hon. James H. Chamblln 


Dr. A. Russell Dunnington, Jr. 


Mr. John W. Drescher 


Dr. 


Donald E. Carwile 


Mr. John P. Coates 


Dr. Edward F.Eckert, Jr. 


Mr. Garry W. Durham 


Mr 


David P. Chalkley 


Mr. WUIiam T. Culpepper III 


Mr. G. Franklin Flippin 


Mr. E. Carter Elliott 


Mr 


William E. Christian 


Mr. Frank G. Davidson III 


Mr.WaiamE.S. Flory,Jr. 


Mr. John C. Ellis, Jr. 


Mr 


H. Edmunds Coleman III 


Mr. Frank P. Dickinson 


Mr. John A. Forbes 111 


Mr. Roben E. Farmer III 


Mr 


David C. Crawford III 


Mr.JeffressS. Dortchlll 


Mr. William F. Franck III 


Mr. Frank L Faust 


Mr 


Francis K. Deggcs 


Mr. Conley L. Edwards III 


Mr. Stuart T. French 


Mr. Mark E. Feldmann 


Mr 


A. Dwight Doggett 


Dr. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. 


Dr. Lowrie R. Glasgow 


Mr. Randolph L. Hallman 


Dr. 


WUIiam F.Egelhoff, Jr. 


Mr. John D. Feldmann 


Mr. W. Lawson Grant 


Cmdr. David C. Hastings, Jr. 


Mr 


Charles B. Faulconer, Jr. 


Mr. Arthur H. Glaier 


Mr. Terry D. Hall 


Mr. Walker B.Healy, Jr. 


Mr 


William G. Ferrell (T) 


Mr. Charles M. Guthridge (T) 


Mr. Robert R. Hatten 


Mr. Richard B. Higginbotham 


Mr 


Gregory D. Foreman 


Mr. David J. Hanse 


Mr. David S. Hay 


Mr. James O. Hillsman 


Mr 


Edwin Gadberry III 


Mr. John A. Heilig 


Mr. Dale M. Hodges 


Mr. Roben W. Hunen 


Mr 


John A. Garner 


Dr. Lawrence E. Hig^tower 


Mr. Philip W. Hughes 


Mr. Frank S. Johns II 


Mr 


John F. Gayle. Jr. 


Dr. John D. Hughes 


Mr. L. Anderson Jackson, Jr. 


Mr. K. Michael Kines 


Mr 


James R. Geiger 


Mr. Paul Scott Hutton 


Mr. F. Geoffrey Jennings 


Mr. Gary M. Lane 


Dr. 


C. Ernest Gibb, Jr. 


Mr. Bryce D. Jewen, Jr. 


Mr. Royston Jester IV 


Dr. D. Scott Lindsay 


Mr 


PhUipM.GrabilLJr. 


Mr. William E. Lane 


Dr. David C. Jones 


The Rev. F. Qayton Matthews 


Mr 


Harry R Hale, Jr. 


Dr. Andrew K. I rake III 


Dr. Michael E. King 


Mr. Jay A. Maynard 


Dr. 


Russell S. Harden 


Mr. James B. Lee 


Mr. Michael J. Krupin 


Mr. Olin R. Melchionna, Jr. 


Mr 


Vincent D. Hardy 


Mr. Donald E.Lee, Jr. 


Mr. M. Lyie Lacy III 


Mr. Richard H. Merrill 


Mr 


J. Daniel Hardy, Jr. 


Mr. PeterA. Lcggett(D 


Mr. G. Bonner Lancaster, Jr. 


Dr. Roben Michael 


Mr 


W. Eugene Hayes 


Dr. Eddie R. Lowry, Jr. 


Mr. David M. Lee 


Mr. F. Breckinridge Monrague 


Mr 


J. Christopher Henderson 


Mr. Milton D. Lytic 


Mr. William G. Lockwood III 


Mr. William W. Muse 


Dr. 


A. Clayborn Hendricks 


Dr. John W. Mack. Jr. 


Mr. John W. MacClarence 


Dr. Vincent H.Ober, Jr. 


Mr 


Andrew G. Hoffman 


Mr. James G. Mackey, Jr. 


Mr. William M. Mason 


Mr.WestbrookJ. Parker 


Mr 


James B. HoUingsworth 


Mr. John P. McLean 


Dr. J. Frederick McNeer 


Dr. James M. Peery, Jr. 


Mr 


Thomas L. Hoy 


Mr. James R, McSpdden 


Mr. John D. McRae 


Mr. Charles W.Penick 


Dr. 


E. Forrest Jessee, Jr. 


Mr. F. Bruce Patterson 


Mr. Richard C. Morgan 


Dr. Vance J. Plumb 


Mr 


Joseph R. Kane 


The Hon. Paul M. Peatross, Jr. 


Mr. Dale L. Morris 


Mr. J. Daniel Pond II 


Mr 


W.Richard Kay, Jr. 


Dr. John W. Pendleton 


Mr. Norman deV. Morrison 


Mr. Wendell B. Ponerfield, Jr. 


Mr 


Lance A. Lavenstein 


Mr. E. K. PrewiK,Jr. 


Mr. Hillery Benton Myers 


Mr. William R Pumphrey 


Dr. 


William I. Lee 


Mr. Milton P. Rcid II 


Mr. Hubert W.Nash. Jr. 





^ 
7^ 


At. Paul L. Reiber III 


Mr 


Darrcll W. Long 








2, 

















Mr. John W. Luxton 


Mr.John W. Humphries 


1 

Mr. Bob M. Farmer 


Mr. Charles L. Cabell 


Mr. G. Lee Mallonee, Jr. 


Dr. Christopher James 


Mr. William C. Gay 


Mr. Stephen C. Challenor 


Mr. L. Richmond Martin III 


Mr. Gregg K. Jones 


Mr. John E. Genet 


Dr. Charles R. Chiarello 


Mr. Frank B. McCann 


Mr. Harry R. King III 


Dr. Bennie W. Good 


Mr. Charles T. Conkling 


Dr. Ben H. Mcllwaine 


Mr. J. Willard Kirk III 


Mr. Stuart C. Handlan 


Mr. John B. Coupland 


Mr. George A. McLean, Jr. 


Mr. ChafFraixA. Lclong,Jr. 


Mr. Howard G. Harrell 


Mr. Robert V. Crowder III 


Mr. Jerry D. Mills 


Mr. Michael A. Linsky 


Mr. J. Scon Harris 


Dr. John T. Curncs 


Mr. E. Conway Moncure, Jr. 


Mr. C. Melvin Long 


Mr. Richard N. Herod 


Mr. Stephen R. Echols 


Mr. Francis R. Nance 


Mr. Robert C. Long, Jr. 


Mr. Timothy E. Hildreth 


Dr. Henry N.Elksnin 


Mr. James L. Nance 


Mr. H. Scon Lowry 


Mr. Michael W. Horner 


Mr. W. Stuart Farmer, Jr. 


Lt. Col. Gordon C. Nash 


Mr. John E. Maddux 


Dr. Wayne D. Horney 


Mr. Woodroof G. Fitzhugh 


Mr. John Nicoll 


Mr. John R. Marks 


Mr. Michael R Hott 


Mr. J. Randolph Fowler 


Dr. H. Lee Perkins 


Mr. Herbert E. Maxey, Jr. 


Dr. Steve T. Huff 


Mr. Charles M. Gadinis 


Mr. Charles A. Perry 


Mr. Robert A. May 


Mr. Edward C. Irby, Jr. 


Mr. Christopher Gallo 


Mr. Dale Wood Pittman 


Mr. Peter H. McEachern 


Dr. Samuel M. Janney II 


Mr. William C. Garrett, Jr. 


Mr. Samuel Wills Purviance 


Mr. Gary F. McKay 


Mr. C. Michael Johnson 


Mr. John B. Gayle 


Major David L. Ramsey 


Mr.WalterW.MiUerlll 


Mr. Thomas T. Johnson 


Mr. Charles A. Grainger 


Mr.John H.Randolph 


Mr. Tommy L. Moore 


Dr. H.Philip Johnson 111 


Dr. H.Nelson Gustin HI 


Mr. RobetT F. Ray 


Mr. Marshall L. Nero 


Mr. Herbert V.Kelly, Jr. 


Mr. Gary L. Harper, Jr. 


Dr. William F. Rayburn 


Mr. W. Barrett Nichols 


Mr. Claude W.Kilby, Jr. 


Mr. W.Lee Harris, Jr. 


Mr. Paul S. Roper 


Mr. Edward B. Norflect 


Mr. Dennis P. King 


Mr. R. Leith Hanman 


Mr. John W. Russ 


Mr. Daniel V. P. O'Connor 


Mr. Sidney H. Kirstein 


Mr. Charles R. Henderson, Jr. 


The Rev. Robert L. Sherrard 


Dr. Barry N. Parsley 


Mr. William W. Lewis 


Mr. Richard J. Holland, Jr. 


Dr. Robert W. Smithwick III 


Mr. Allen H. Peer, Jr. 


Mr. Paul A. Lindsey 


Mr. B. Boyd Johnson 


Mr. Robert M. Speaks 


Mr. David R. Price 


Dr. Brockton A. Livick 


Mr. T. Douglass Jones III 


Dr. Parker R. Stokes 


Mr. J. Michael Rose 


Mr. Ralph C. Lukhard 


Mr. Francis P. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. I. Keith Stone 


Mr. Joseph T. Samuels, Jr. 


Mr. Owen H. Malcolm 


Mr. LannyJ. Junes 


Mr. WalkerP. Sydnor.Jr. 


Mr. Robert H. Sells 


Mr. William P. Marshall 


Dr. Lawrence B. Kelly 


Mr. H. Tinsley Taliaferro III 


Mr. Stephen C. Shackelford 


Mr. David A. Martin 


Mr. George S. Khoury 


Mr. J. Christopher Thomas 


Mr. David W.Shelor 


Mr. Edwin S. Manin, Jr. 


Dr. Rodger W.KIeisch 


Mr. Dennis M. Uhrich 


Dr. Vance C. Shields 


Mr. Michael P. Miller 


Mr. John E. Legard III 


Dr. James M.Wells, Jr. 


Mr. Daniel S. Smith 


Mr. Michael K. Minter 


Mr. Jeffrey V. Lynn 


Dr.JamesH. S.Whitney 


Mr. Lawrence R. Smith 


Mr. Gerald Montaigne III 


Mr. Stephen W. Mapp 


Mr. William B. WUtshirc 


Mr. David A. Taylor 


Dr. J. Stuart Morgan 


Mr. James C. McEwen II 


Mr. Robert W.Woltz, Jr. 


Dr. H.Tyler Taylor III 


Dr. James F. Nelson 


Mr. Thomas M. Mishoe, Jr. 


Mr. John W.Wright 


Dr. W. T. Van Nortwick 


Mr. William W. Nexsen 


Mr. Carl J. Moushegian 




Mr. Isaac T. Van Patten IV 


Mr. Carter Noble, Jr. 


Mr. F. Davis Newsom 


1972 


Mr. William W. Watson 


Mr. Gary B. O'Connell 


Mr. Michael C. Nicholson 


47. 14% of the class contributed 


Mr. E. Carter Whitley 


Dr. William B. Parker 


Dr. Clifford A. Nottingham III 


$1 6370. The average gift was 


Dr. Robert B. Williams 


Dr.J. H.Powell III 


Mr. Glenn A. Nunnery 


$248.03. 


Mr. Martin R. Willis 


Mr. Irving H. Pritchctt III 


Mr. Theodore G. Ourednik 


Mr. John G. August 




Mr. Henry E. Ravenhorst 


Mr. Frank L. Overton 


Mr. William F. Banner 


1973 


Mr. David A. Repenning 


Mr. Stephen L. Owen 


Mr. Charies W. Bishop 


50.34% of the class contributed 


Mr. Frank W. Roach 


Mr. Jeffrey J. Poole 


Mr. Clyde H. Bond 


$13, 066. The average ffft was 


Mr. Phillip A. Short 


Mr. Frank M. Rawls 


Mr. Stephen A. Bryant 


$176.57 


Mr. N. Page Smith 


Mr. Charles L. Rickeres III 


Mr. Royal E. Cabell III 


Dr. James E. Ames IV 


Mr. Sidney L. Stern 


Dr. George W.Ritchie. Jr. 


Mr. Michael S. Christian 


Mr. Richard D. Anke 


Mr. Robert D. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. Robert Lee Rogers 


Dr. Wilson S. Comer, Jr. 


Mr. Charles F. Archer, Jr. 


Mr. Franklin R. Tinkle 


Mr. William J. Rue, Jr. 


Mr. R. Garren Cook 


Mr. David L. Atkinson, Jr. 


Dr. Julien K. Warren III 


Mr. Bradford B. Sauer 


Mr. Tony D. Curtis 


Mr. Lindsay R, Barnes, Jr. 


Mr. Robert K.Wells, Jr. 


Mr. David C. Schultheis 


Dr. Michael J. Davis 


Dr. H. Scott Boswell 


Mr. J. Larry Williamson 


Mr. Thomas R, Scon, Jr. 


Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. 


Mr. TTiompson C. Bowen III 


Mr. Frank Wiseman 


Dr. Robert H. Scasc. Jr. 


Major John W. Dennis, Jr. 


Dr. A. C. Buchanan III 


Mr. Edward B.Wright. Jr. 


Dr. Thomas M. Shelburne 


Mr.John E. Duckworth 


Mr. Frank C. Burnene 


Mr. Christopher L. Yates 


Mr. R. Kelly Sheridan 


Mr. William R Floyd 


Dr. Clarence Campbell III 




Mr. Alan R. Sivell 


Mr. Garrert T. Ford 


Mr. Richard L. Carr 


1974 


Mr. B. Brack Stovall 


Mr. Gerald N. Fulks 


Mr. Melvin L. Castle 


45.57% of the class contributed 


Dr. J. Bruce Taylor 


Mr. Mark M. Gambill 


Mr. John B. Chappell 


$1 0. 190. The average ffft was 


Mr. David A. Thompson 


Mr. W. Frederick Genheimer III 


Mr. James C. Cherry 


$141.53. 


Mr. James L. Thompson 


Mr. Alexander C. Graham, Jr. 


Mr. David A. Clark 


Mr. Jonathan J. Adelman 


Mr. L. Stephen Waldrop. Jr. 


Mr. Robert B. Hamleti 


Mr. Don R. Cochran 


Mr. George F. Albright, Jr. 


Mr. Michael D. Yeatts 


Mr. J. Robert Harris 


Mr. Rick W. Cox 


Mr. John P. Apperson, Jr. 


Dr. R. Patrick Yearts 


Mr. S. Dcvereaux Hathaway, Jr. 


Dr. Joseph M. Crocken II 


Mr. Howard S. Armistead 


Mr. Walter H. Young III 


Mr. Michael S. Head 


Mr. Wayne T. Deacon 


Mr. Peter C. Bance 


Mr. Charles B.ZIrkle, Jr. 


Dr. Eugene W.Hickok, Jr. 


Mr. Stuart H. Deal 


Mr. D. Bret Barger 




Mr. ChaHes T. Hodges 


Mr. Richard B. Donaldson, Jr. 


Mr. Duncan W. Blair 




Mr. Bruce B. Hopkins 


Mr. Daniel A. Donohue 


Mr. Martin S. Bounds 




Mr. Harold LHughey, Jr. 


Mr. Bryan D. Eads 


T 


r 


vir. G.Tyler Brooks III 










J.J 











HAMPnRN-.SVnNF.Y rOI.I.F.GF. 






1975 


Mr. Dickson J. Bedell 


1 
Mr. Richard O. Royce 


Dr. Larry P. Levin 


3939% of the class contributed 


Mr. Frank C. Bedinger III 


Mr. Robert L. Samuel, Jr. 


Mr. James R. Lewis, Jr. 


$11,487. The average fffi was 


Mr. C. Hunter Bendall 


Mr. John K. Sanderlin 


Mr. Clark E. Lindsay II 


$220.90. 


Dr. William A. Blackman 


Mr. Raymond E. Sanders III 


Mr. Gary L. Lumsden 


Mr. jefF Adams 


Mr. James W. Bolton, Jr. 


Mr. Robin A. Saul 


Mr. Walter F. Manley III 


Mr. Sidney B.Allen, Jr. 


Mr. William L. Bowles 


Mr. Gray S. Saunders 


Mr.J.AlfredMapp,Jr. 


Mr. Judson C. Anderson 


Mr. PierceJ. Brown 


Mr. Lannis N. Selz 


Mr. Dudley H. Marks 


Mr. Vic Ansley 


Mr. F. Lee Brown, Jr. 


Mr. Martin M. Sherrod 


Mr. James D. Mason FV 


Mr. Charles T. Baskcrvill 


Dr. John E. Brush, Jr. 


Mr. James H. Sparger, Jr. 


Mr. E. Franklin Massie III 


Mr. Samuel Q. Bass, Jr. 


Mr. Mark G. Burnettc 


Mr.W. C. Sprousc.Jr. 


Mr. PhilipJ. McEwen.Jr. 


Dr. Hunter C. Bell 


Mr. J. Mark Burris 


Mr. Richard C. Starke 


Mr. Richard W. McLain 


Dr. Robin P. Benke 


Dr. W. W. Samuel Buder 


Mr. Robert M. Stewart 


Mr. WUliam F. Meehan III 


Mr. Charles A. Blanton III 


Dr. Edward L. Carmines II 


Dr. Dennis O. Stuart 


Mr. Philip C. Metcalf 


Mr. Robert W. Carson 


Mr. Michael B. Carroll 


Mr. Robert J. Stuckey 


Dr. DavidH. MichaLJr. 


Dr.HenryW.Chappcll,Jr. 


Dr. F.Brian Clare, Jr. 


Mr.J. Gray Turtle 


Mr.John RMitchcU, Jr. 


Mr.John G.Clark, Jr. 


Mr. Alan R. Connelly 


Mr. Richard C.Walker, Jr. 


Mr. William L Pannill 


Mr. Charles L. Crockett III 


Mr. Donald C. Cournow 


Mr.JohnA.Waytlll 


Mr. Robert D. Parsons 


Mr. Robert L. Cumbia 


Dr. C. William Dabncy 


Mr. Edward W.Wolcott, Jr. 


Dr.WilliamJ. Phipps,Jr. 


Mr. WaiiamJ. Elliott IV 


Dr. John P. Delaney 




Mr. Michael C. Rady 


Mr. Joseph A. Farmer 


Mr. C. Thomas Ebel 


1977 


Mr. D. Scott Robertson 


Mr. Alexander L. Franklin II 


Mr. Christopher D. Eib 


46.11% of the class contributed 


Mr. Andrew S. Rosenfield 


Mr. MarkM. Freesute 


Mr.JohnW. Ferrell 


$13,278. The average gift was 


Dr. Guillermo T. Schrader 


Mr. CharlesA. Habich,Jr. 


Dr. H. Gordon France, Jr. 


$159.98 


Mr. Milton J. Schultz III 


Mr. Timothy B. Hampton 


Mr. Robert H. Friend, Jr. 


Mr. R. David Anthony 


Mr. Oden K. Semones, Jr. 


Mr. J. Thomas Hardin 


Mr. Richard D. GaHock 


Mr. Stephen E. Baril 


Mr. John C. Shelton, Jr. 


Mr. Hunt H. Harris 


Mr. Ernest P. Gates, Jr. 


Dr. Michael C. Baughan 


Mr. William R, Spiccr 


Dr. Paul D. Harvey 


Mr. John C. Gaylc, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph W. Bear III 


Mr. PhilipA. Stedfast.Jr. 


Mr. Charles E. Hunter III 


Mr. Harry George III 


Mr. James R. Belcher, Jr. 


Mr. David D. Summerlin 


Dr. Glenn E. Jefferson, Jr. 


Mr. Roger P. Glass 


Mr. Lewis C. Bosher 


Mr. Motte L. Talley 


Mr. Richard P. Jeffrey III 


Mr. R. Grayson Goldsmith 


Mr. Clyde F. Bowie, Jr. 


Dr. Frederick L. Troxel 


Dr. Samuel M. Jones 


Dr.Hu^J. Haganlll 


Dr. Paul S. Buckman 


Mr. William E. Turner III 


Mr. C. Edwin Keefcr III 


Mr. C. Joseph Haley 


Mr. Randolph A. Capel 


Mr. A. Morris Turner, Jr. 


Mr. Warren F. Keeling 


Mr. T. Bradley Harris 


Mr. Timothy E. Carpenter 


Mr. Michael A. Via 


Mr. William C. Kei^dey 


Mr. Richard Hazlegrove 


Mr. Rafael F. Castro 


Mr. Thomas B. Walker 


Mr. Jeffrey Kiefer 


Mr. Robert C. Henshaw, Jr. 


Mr. John R. Clark III 


Mr. Daniel K. Walters 


Major D. Robert Lawler 


Mr. Philip B. Hereford 


Mr. David L. Clegg 


Mr. Charles W.Ward 


Mr. G. Patterson Manson, Jr. 


Mr. W. Frederick Hicks 


Mr. Edward N. Conner 


Mr. Michael D. Ward 


Mr. William B. May, Jr. 


Mr. William R. Hill III 


Mr. Bryan H. Conrad 


Mr. Douglas M. Webb 


Mr. James R, Melton 


Mr. Richard D. Holcomb 


Mr. Steven A. Curtis 


Mr. Dana C. Williams 


Mr. M. Holt Moran 


Mr. Edwin B. Horner III 


Mr. Michael A. Farrell 


Mr. Douglas F. Zier 


Dr. John S. Moss 


Dr. L.WaiiamIrby,Jr. 


Mr. William C. Ferguson 




Mr. Peter C. Pearson 


Mr. F. Allen Itgen 


Mr. Carl L. Fletcher, Jr. 


1978 


Dr. George P. Piros 


Mr. R. Alan Johnston 


Dr. A. Frederick Gall, Jr. 


41.92% of the class contributed 


Mr. Robert D. Piatt 


Mr. Edward F. Kelley III 


Mr. Gary R. Garner 


$10,109. The average gift was 


Mr. Robert P. Richardson 


Mr.J. ReidKelly 


Mr. Frank M. Garren 


$144.41. 


Mr. E. Thomas Rilcc III 


The Rev. William M. Klein 


Dr. Clyde M. Garrison III 


Mr. William L. Abbott 


Mr. John L. Roper FV 


Mr. Michael T. Kotelec 


Dr. George E. Gimpclson 


Mr. A. Macauley Aron, Jr. 


Mr. Michael A. Rowland 


Mr. Allie B. Kreger III 


Mr. Richard T. Gould 


Mr. David T. Beasley 


Mr. Thaddeus R. Shelly III 


Mr. A. Mark Lee 


Mr. H. Stanley Greene, Jr. 


Mr. Scott W. Berglund 


Mr. James S. Shropshire, Jr. 


Dr. Thomas F. Lcfrwich, Jr. 


Mr. George M. Grizzard 


Mr. Richard H. Blank, Jr. 


Mr. George J. Simons 


Mr. R. Gordon Long, Jr. 


Dr. Darby G.Hand 


Mr. Ben G. Brown 


Mr. Howard W. Strackc 


Mr. John G. Macfarlane III (T) 


Mr. David R. Hardie 


Dr. George K. Bumgardner 


Mr. Nick R. Thomas 


Mr. A. Carter Magee, Jr. 


Mr. David L. Harlow 


Mr. David C. Butterworth 


Mr. Armistead Traynham, Jr. 


Mr.J. Roy Mann 


Mr. James L. Harris 


Dr. John W. Canter 


Mr. James B. Tubbs, Jr. 


Mr. S. Hoge McClaugherty 


Mr. Kevin L. Harris 


Mr. David M. Clough 


Mr. Winston A. Turner 


Mr. John C. Middleton 


Mrs. Kim Stahl Harris 


Mr. Thomas M. Crowder 


Mr. R. Edward Tyler 


Dr. William L. Montague, Jr. 


Mr. Gregory F. Holland 


Dr. Barry K. Cutright 


Mr.W.BidgoodWall.Jr. 


Dr. Andrew L. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. Frank L. Home, Jr. 


Mr. Dabney M. Daniel 


Mr. Howard B. Waters 


Mr. Ronald L. Moore 


Mr. William B. Howard 


Mr. Richard A. Davis 




Mr. E. Dawson Nash 


Mr. David D. Hudgins 


Mr. Robert R Dawson 


1976 


Mr. William H. Parrish IV 


Dr. Willoughby Hundley III 


Mr. Patrick C. Devine, Jr. 


47.40% of the class contributed 


Mr. Mark W. Patterson 


Mr. Robert D. Johnson 


Mr. Donald R. Dorey 


$24,918. The average gift was 


Mr. W. David Paxton 


Mr. Catesby Ap C. Jones II 


Mr. Joseph B. Eartiart, Jr. 


$273.82. 


Mr. David D. Person 


Dr. Christopher M. Justis 


Mr. Neil P. Farmer 


Mr. Paul V. Anderson 


Mr. Cruger S. Ragland 


Dr. UoydJ. Kellamlll 


Mr. Gerald W.Fauth III 


Mr. Shaun C. Anderson 


Mr. T. Smith Ragsdale III 


Mr. Joseph L. King 


Dr. John E. Fidler 


Mr. Bmce B. Arnold 


Mr. A. William Reid 


Mr. Robert C. Ladd 


Mr. Robert Dixon Foster 


Mr.W.CunisBaker.Jr. 


Dr. Kenneth H. Roberts 


Mr. Richard C. Langhorne 


Mr. J. Thomas Francis, Jr. 


Mr. EdgarJ.D. Bancc 


Mr. Thomas W. Roberts, Jr. 


T 


I 

7^ 


3r. C. Wayne Lankford 


Mr. Douglas S. Freeman 








2u 













1990-91 HONOR ROl.T. OF nONnR.S 






Mr. David H. Gates 


Mr. Gregory F. Burnerte 


Mr. James M. Alexander III 


1981 


Mr. Steve G. Green 


Mr. Donald Davison Cantlay 


Dr. Jeffrey A. Alloway 


48. 65% of the class contributed 


Dr. Samuel L. Groseclose 


Mr. John T. H. Carpenter 


Mr. Phillip V. Anderson 


$1 0,390. The average gift was 


Mr. Lawrence D. Hamnett 


Mr. Robert G. Chadwick 


Mr. Donald L. Appich, Jr. 


$144.31. 


Mr.J. SheppardHawIII 


Mr. Robert C. Clary. Jr. 


Mr. Alan P. Atha 


Mr. Edward F. Brown 


Mr. Thomas M. Heery 


Mr. David P. Corrigan 


Mr. James V. Babashak II 


Mr. John B. Bullard 


Mr.JohnG. Hofler.Jr. 


Mr. Thomas C. G. Coyle, Jr. 


Mr. Philip B. Baker 


Mr. Sergio Capocelli 


Mr. Robert B.Huskey, Jr. 


Mr. E. Hatcher Crenshaw III 


Mr. David E. Barrs 


Mr. William A. Carrington 


Mr. James M. Jones III 


Mr. Christopher M. Crowley 


Mr. Ronald Batliner, Jr. 


Mr. James R. Cash 


Mr. Craig P. Kiely 


Dr. Richard E. Curtis, Jr. 


Mr. Kevin Lee Beale 


Mr. Thomas Y. Catlett 


Mr. David H. LaMotte, Jr. 


Mr. Lester L.DiUard III 


Mr. MarcellusJ. Best, Jr. 


Mr. Christopher E. Caton 


Mr. Gerald E. Laumann 


Mr. Thomas G. Douglass 


Mr. William D. Brown FV 


Mr. J. Bruce Coleman 


Lt. John W. leary 


Mr. John G. Fagan, Jr. 


Mr. George C. Buchanan 


Dr. William R. Currie 


Mr. Robert E. Livingston, Jr. 


Mr. Richard P. Epperson II 


Mr. John D. Burke 


Mr. C.Jeffrey Daly 


Mr. Gregory G. Love 


Mr. F. Marcus Fariss 


Mr. I. Ray Byrd, Jr. 


Mr. Thomas M. Davis 


Dr. Steven W. Melhorn 


Mr. Richard A. Farmar III 


Mr. Brian M. Cann 


Dr. Douglas S. Denham 


Mr. Joe V. Menendez 


Mr. Gregory W. Feldmann 


Mr. D. Wayne Claybrook 


Mr. William S. DriskiU 


Mr. Randolph P. Miles 


Dr. David S. Haga 


Dr. Robert Y. Cox 


Mr. O. Witcher Dudley IV 


Mr. Harland L. Miller III 


Mrs. Pem B. Hall 


Mr. Charles M. Dietz, Jr. 


Mr. Sam D. I^leston III 


Mr. Julian A. Moore, Jr. 


Mr. Robert V. Hatcher III 


Mr. Ralph W. Dodd 


Mr. Paul T. Emerick 


Mr. William S. Moore 


Mr. Robert R. Henry IV 


Mr. Ronald L. Fischer, Jr. 


Mr. Stephen D. Farthing 


Mr. Ralph C. Morehead IV 


Mr. Gelon S. Hobbs III 


Mr. William T. Fox, Jr. 


Dr. R. Michael Fay 


Mr. Lowell M. Moss 


Mr.JackA. Holz,Jr. 


Mr. R. Ford Francis 


Mr. David H.Fletcher 


Mr. W. Bennett Newell, Jr. 


Mr. Carter W. Hotchkiss 


Mr. Thomas A. Garner 


Dr. Preston S. Fox 


Mr. Edward V.O'Hanlan 


Mr. Stephen L. Hughey 


Mr. Thomas P. Gray, Jr. 


Mr. William L. Freeman 


Mr. Thomas W. Osgood 


Mr. Thomas M.Jackson, Jr. 


Dr. Robert E. Grover 


Mr. Tracy W. Gammon 


Mr. John N.Park, Jr. 


Mr. Erik A. Koroneos 


Mr. R. Bryant Hare FV 


Mr. R. Warden Good 


Mr. Bradley J. Parsons 


Mr. E. Randolph Leach 


Mr. Stewart R. Hargrove 


Mr. Matthew E. Gormly III 


Mr. P. Tulane Panerson 


Mr. Gordon C. Lee 


Mr. C. Mathew Hogg, Jr. 


Mr. Billy L. Greer 


Mr. J. Fain Peebles 


Dr. Joseph A. Leming 


Mr. Walter B. Hoiston III 


Mr. GregoryJ. Haley 


Mr. Joseph B. Penick 


Mr. John E. Mansfield 


Mr. George A. Horkan III 


Mr. William J. Hancock 


Mr. Chester D. Porter III 


Mr. Joseph P. Marchetti, Jr. 


Mr. Leigh P. Huff, Jr. 


Mr. William E. Harrison 


Mr. William D. Redd 


Dr. John A. Martin, Jr. 


Mr. E. Sidney Hunter III 


Dr. David F. Huddle 


Mr. Barry L. Riddle 


Mr. C. Russell McKenney 


Mr.JohnP. IrbyFV 


Mr. Daniel A. Huskey 


Mr. William Rosenberger 


Mr. J. Moore McMahon 


Mr. J. Manhew Kasun 


Mr. William A. Jervey 


Mr. Paul E. Smith 


Mr. W. Sheppard Miller III 


Dr. Gary S. Kavit 


Mr. Benjamin E. Jones 


Mr. Samuel E. Smith, Jr. 


Mr. David E. Moore 


Mr. Trent S. Kerns 


Mr. William A. Karo 


Dr. Edward P. Snyder 


Mr. Wallace W. Moore 


Mr.WadeH.O. Kirby 


Mr. John C. Keesling 


Mr. John E. Sommers III 


Mr. Neil E. Nappo 


Dr. Marshall Kent Kiser 


Mr. Benjamin F. Knight III 


Dr. Frank D. Stoneburner, Jr. 


Mr. William W. Newell 


Mr. Jerome E. Laux 


Mr. Jonathan L. Kyle 


Mr. Brian M. Thurston 


Mr. G.Michael Pace, Jr. 


Mr. William C. Leach 


Mr. Gary C. Levering 


Mr. Charles S.M. Tipton 


Mr. Ray M.Paul, Jr. 


Mr. Clark W. Little 


Mr.J. Boiling Lewis III 


Mr. Randolph E. Traynham 


Mr. Frank L. Pegram 


Mr. Christopher S. Long 


Mr. W. Martin Long II 


Mr. Harold R, Turner 


Mr. John M. Power 


Mr. Seth Mellen 111 


Dr. R. Kevin Mahoney 


Dr. Scott S. Twentyman 


Mr. R. Stephen Rcinhardt 


Mr. Robert C. Modlin 


Mr. William G.Mikell, Jr. 


Mr. Douglas H. Van Ness 


Dr. William D. Richmond 


Dr. David E. Newton 


Mr. Scott L. Moorhcad 


Mr. Barrye L. Wall 


Mr. Robert T. Ross 


Mr. W. Randolph Nexsen 


Mr. David C. Noftsinger 


Mr. Steven E. Wall 


Dr. Rudolph B. Rustin III 


Mr. Joseph O. Orlandi 


Mr. Richard C. Parker (T) 


Mr. Robert H.Whitt, Jr. 


Mr. Scort E. Schoenhut 


Mr. Andrew A. Payne III 


Mr. Lowell Patterson III 


Mr. Robert M. WUson 


Mr. William F. Seymour FV 


Dr. Douglass. Price, Jr. 


Mr. Mitchell P. Peterson 


Dr. Edward T. Wolanski 


Mr. C. Steve Shaw, Jr. 


Mr. Mark I. Richards 


Mr. David L. Porterfield 




Mr. Walter P. Smith III 


Mr. Robert R. Roscbro 


Mr. Warren A. Quinn 


1979 


Mr. Peter W. Squire, Jr. 


Mr. Stewart M. Sigler 


Mr. Michael A. Rhea 


47.65% of the class contributed 


Mr. Thomas L. Stokes, Jr. 


Mr. Daniel M. Slack 


Mr. John R. Rhodes 


$8,905. The a verage gift was 


Mr.CecUT.Talley,Jr. 


Mr. J. Callen Sparrow 


Mr. William S. Roberts 


$125.42. 


Mr. Robert B. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph R. Springer 


Mr. Theodore A. Robertson 


Mr. Eddie M. Adkins 


Mr. John C. Terry 


Mr. Keith R Tignor 


Dr. R. Douglas Ross 


Mr. Thomas M. Akers 


Mr. William N. Watkins 


Mr. Russell G. Tindall 


Mr. Lee K. Salsbery 


Mr. Randall E. Appleton 


Dr. Peter R. Watson 


Dr. Waring Trible, Jr. 


Dr. Daniel B. Schein 


Mr. Scort S. Aron 


Mr. Clinton F. Western, Jr. 


Mr. James W.Utt 


Dr. Jon R, Schoonover 


Mr. Steven D. Barnhart 


Mr. Gerald F.Willman, Jr. 


Mr. David P. Watson 


Mr. Forrest F. Senter 


Mr. Joseph S. Bean, Jr. 


Mr. James K. Woodley III 


Mr. James T. Wayt 


Mr. Robert J. Shepherd 


Mr. GaryJ. Beck 




Dr. Edward G. Whealton, Jr. 


Mr. Christopher L. Sims 


Mr. Michael T. Bennen 


1980 


Mr. James A. Whitehead, Jr. 


Capt. L. Rucker Snead III 


Mr. Thomas R Bernard 


40.51 % of the class contributed 


Mr. Mark E.Yates 


Mr. William C. Stephenson IV 


Mr. William D. Blackford 


$8,212. The average gift was 




Mr. Christopher M. Stiebel 


Mr. Carl F. Blackwell 


$128.31. 




Mr. Gordon K. Stokes 


Mr. B. Elliott Bondurant 


Dr. Michael F. Ackermann 




Mr. Loon- Kar Tan 


Mr. David W. Burgess 


Mr. James Ervin Adams III 


T 


-7 




Mr. James C. Thompson, Jr. 








Li 











B_ 


^—4 HAMPDEN-SYDNRY rOI.I.F.r,F. 




^B 




Mr. James K. Thompson, Jr. 


Dt 


. Richard A. Morrisett 


Mr 


Michael C. Tomkies 


Dr. 


Richard E. Redding 


Dr. S. Craig Vranian 


M 


r. Robert T. Newcomb 


Mr 


William M. Tyler 


Mr 


Stuart H. Revercomb 


Mr. Richard L. Ware 


M 


r. W. Crenshaw Newman IV 


Mr 


Branch W. Vincent III 


Mr 


Lucien W. Roberts III 


Dr. David J. West 


M 


r. Kevin A. Norris 


Mr 


John S. White 


Mr 


Charles A. Rocst 


Mr. Thomas F. Wilcox 


M 


r. Jon A. Pace 


Mr 


Stuart P. Wilbourne 


Th< 


: Rev. T. Field Russell 


Dr. F. Taylor Woonon III 


M 


r. Raymond D. Parks 


Mr 


Mark M. Williamson 


Dr. 


Andrew R. Sager 




Mr. David R. Phillips 


Mr 


Benjamin J. Willis III 


Mr 


Thomas Y. Scarborough 


1982 


M 


r. W. Jeffrey Roberts 


Dr. 


Martin C. Wilson 


Mr 


Harold B. Scoggins III 


44.57% of the class contributed 


Dt 


. David E. Ross 


Mr 


Christopher A. Yim 


Mr 


Keith B. Slattum 


$10, 035- The average gift was 


M 


r. D. Lindsay Russell 






Mr 


L. Norflect Smith, Jr. 


$128.65. 


M 


r. Leslie Sawyer, Jr. 






Mr 


Arthur H. Sperry 


Mr. Thomas E. Adkins, Jr. 


M 


r. William S. Smithers III 


1984 


Mr 


R. F. Burke Steele III 


Mr. Victor R. Alpizar 


M 


r. Thomas J. Stabel 


44.57% of the class contributed 


Mr 


Ward W. Stevens III 


Dr. J. Ryan Anderson, Jr. 


M 


r. Stephen M. Stackhouse 




$7, 430. The average gift was 


Dr. 


Wallace C. Tarry 


Mr. David C. Ansell 


M 


r.R. Palmer Stickley III 




$95.26 


Mr 


J. Scon Thomas 


Mr. E. Bennett Atwill 


M 


r. Thomas E. Sydnor 


Mr 


Charles E. Agee III 


Mr 


Alexander H. Ware 


Mr. Blake P. Auch moody, Jr. 


M 


r. James C. Taylor III 


Mr 


Steven T. Alexander 


Mr 


Harry H.Warner, Jr. 


Mr. Edward E. Blake 


M 


r. Sean D. Wallace 


Mr 


Christopher C. Altizcr 


Mr 


Steven H. Warren 


Dr. Michael J. Breiner 


M 


r. Michael Waller 


Mr 


Sutton P. Baldwin 


Mr 


Thomas U. Warren 


Mr. David M. Brittigan 


M 


r. H. Qifford Ward 


Mr 


W.Charles Blocker, Jr. 


Mr 


Drew Waterbury 


Mr. Christian T. Brown 


M 


r. Mark M.J. Webb 


Mr 


Robert H. Bourne III 


Mr 


Todd A, Weinert 


Dr. Corydon B. Buder, Jr. 


Dr 


.Robert J. Wilson 


Mr 


Thomas B. Bowling, Jr. 


Mr 


David H.White, Jr. 


Mr. A. Dane Byers 






Mr 


H. Lance Boyd 


Mr 


Tracy L. Whitley 


Mr. James E. Cain 


1983 


Mr 


Howard H. R. Boyd 


Mr 


A. Churchill Young rV 


Mr. William S. Cain 


36.69% of the class contributed 


Mr 


Thomas C. Burroughs 






Mr. W. Keith Cannady 




$4,897. The average gift was 


Dr. 


Donald W. Clary 


1985 


Mr. William H. Orr 




$96.02. 


Mr 


William C. Cozart 


31.86% of the class contributed 


Dr. Theodore P. Chambers 


M 


r. Thomas R. Atkinson 


Mr 


Robert J. Crouch 




$3, 545. The average gift was 


Mr. Michael R. Chevalier 


M 


r. James Burwell Ault 


Mr 


Jeffrey H. Curry 




$54.54 


Mr. John E.Clark 


M 


r. Charles W. Best III 


Mr 


Frederick E. Doggett, Jr. 


Mr 


John W. Ames III 


Mr. Alexander M. Clarke, Jr. 


M 


r. Frank Kennon Borden, Jr. 


Mr 


Robert T. DuPuis, Jr. 


Mr 


Eric E. Appcrson 


Mr. Thomas S. Conrell 


M 


r. Robert E. Brailsford 


Mr 


Lance O. Estes II 


Mr 


Benjamin L. Bardere 


Mr. William B. Crenshaw 


M 


r. Edward L. Breeden IV 


Mr 


Nathanael C. Evans 


Mr 


John E. Basilone 


The Rev. Mark R. Cruise 


M 


r. Richard M. Bruni 


Mr 


Marshall O. Farmer 


Mr 


Peter A. Batten 


Dr. Mark A. Deaton 


M 


r. Dwayne N. Callis 


Mr 


Todd S. Farrand 


Mr 


David W. Blankenship 


Mr. David W. Donovan 


M 


r. Edmund M. Cameron III 


Mr 


Richard D. Foley 


Mr 


Philip F. Bleser 


Mr. Peter S. Duffey 


M 


r. Robert H. Camp 


Mr 


Paul McKay Franks 


Mr 


Gary W. Boswick 


Mr. Brian H. Dunbar 


M 


r. Preston P. Campbell 


Mr 


James G. Gamble V 


Mr 


Michael R, Boudreau 


Mr. John L. Gibson III 


M 


r. David A. Collins 


Mr 


Alan F. Garrison 


Mr 


L. Dickenson Bragg 


Mr. Scott S. Gilbride 


M 


r. F. Andrew Cook III 


Mr 


Alfred H. Garvey, Jr. 


Mr 


Gregory A. Brandt 


Mr. Joseph P. Gillach 


M 


'. Christopher H. Daly 


Mr 


Robert W. Given 


Mr 


Brian E. Brotzman 


Mr. John O. Goddin 


M 


r. John C. Dickinson 


Mr 


John 1. Gray III 


Mr 


James F. Brown 


Mr. Scott C. Goodman 


M 


r. Matthew T. Dill 


Mr 


Joseph W.Hatchett. Jr. 


Mr 


William A. Brown, Jr. 


Mr. William E. Green, Jr. 


M 


r. James Duffy 


Mr 


David N. Heaton 


Dr. 


Alton E. Bryant III 


Mr. David E. Gunter 


M 


r. Louis D. Farina, Jr. 


Mr 


D.Frederick Helm III 


Mr 


David B. Camden 


Mr. James B. Gurley, Jr. 


M 


r. K. Scott Fife 


Mr 


Peter A. B. Hoblitzell III 


Mr 


Bradley H. Gary 


Mr. GifFord R. Hampshire 


M 


r. Franklin Y. Geho 


Mr 


Michael D. Hodges 


Mr 


W. Mark Conger 


Mr. W. Bcattie Hearst 


M 


'. W. Duncan Gibbs III 


Mr 


William T.Hun, Jr. 


Mr 


Clifford A. Curlee 


Mr.W.GalenHobbs,Jr. 


M 


. Roger A. Glover III 


Mr 


Brian P. Jeter 


Mr 


Nelson W.Daniel, Jr. 


Mr. Frank T. Hodges 


M 


. Timothy B. Guthrie 


Mr 


Mark A. Johnson 


Mr 


Robert S. Dietz 


Mr. D. Samuel Hollingsworth, Jr. 


M 


. H. Hiter Harris III 


Mr 


Lawrence O. Jonak 


Dr. 


John K. Evert 


Dr. Edmond A. Hooker 


M 


. David E. Harrison 


Dr. 


David F. Jones 


Mr 


William H. Farthing, Jr. 


Mr. T. Warren Hunnicutt 


M 


. Benjamin R Harvey, Jr. 


Mr 


Dennis W. Lee 


Mr 


J. Scott Finney 


Dr. Allyn G. Janney, Jr. 


M 


. Duran P. Holton 


Mr 


Charles M. Lewis II 


Mr 


W. Toriran Flint 


Mr. Gavin D. Jeffs 


M 


. F. Watkins Hunt, Jr. 


Mr 


Lynwood W. Lewis 


Mr 


W. Ryland Gardner III 


Mr. John F. Kay III 


M 


. Mark T. Jones 


Mr 


William E. Linden III 


Mr 


Richard S. Godsey 


Mr. Richard E. Kellam 


M 


. James M. Jordan, Jr. 


Mr 


Mario R, Llaneras 


Mr 


Thomas A. Hickman, Jr. 


Mr. Paul T. Kelley 


M 


.William J. Martin V 


Mr 


Eng Kuan Loh 


Mr 


Brian A. Hocy 


Mr. Lewis D. Kelley, Jr. 


M 


. Denis J. McCarthy 


Mr 


C. Thomas Lovelace 


Mr 


John W. Hollowell 


Mr. Bard G. Kirkpatrick 


M 


. Michael P. Mullen 


Mr 


Robert P. Martin 


Mr 


William J. Hubbard 


Mr. William H. LeCompte 


M 


. Gregory K. Neal 


Mr 


John M. Mayeske 


Mr 


WUIiamG. Karslakcjr. 


Mr. William R. Lee 


M 


. Joseph A. Nicholson, Jr. 


Mr 


M. Edwin McCall, Jr. 


Mr 


Clyde B. Kelly 


Dr. Richard P. Leggett 


M 


. E. Stiles Peabody III 


Mr 


Philip E. Paulene 


Mr 


C. Burke King 


Mr. George W.Liles, Jr. 


M 


. Bradford S. Pfeifer 


Mr 


Brian W. Peabody 


Mr. 


William C. Knox III 


Mr. Edward T. Mack 


Ml 


. C. James Roncaglione, Jr. 


Mr 


Nathanael K. Pendley 


Lt. Hal V. Lackey III | 


Mr.WalterJ. Maloncjr. 


M 


. Kevin L. Slattum 


Mr 


R. Jeffrey Peterson 


Mr. 


Robert R. Lawson 


Mr. Bryant C. McGann 


M 


. Mark Soltany 


Mr 


Paul G. Pierpaoli 


Mr. 


Geoffrey J. Lewis 


Mr. Charles V.McPhillips 


M 


. Jeffrey M. Stedfast 


Mr 


Virginius S. Pittman II 


Mr. 


John H. Lincweaver 


Mr. Thomas H. Miller 


M 


. Brian S. Thomas 


-) 


^ 
7^ 


At 


Joseph G. Pontius 


Mr. 


E. Don Loos 111 








2o 















^_ 


^^ 


1000-01 HONOR ROM. OF nONOR.S 




^B 




Mr. Joseph E. Mclnnis 


Mr 


George W. Nolley 


1 
Mr. Harry B. Thompson IV 


Mr 


Gene B. Whidock 


Mr.Jay D.Mitchell 


Mr 


ErikJ.OIfson 


Mr. Keith D. Vander Vennet 


Mr 


Todd V. Williams 


Mr. Brian A. Moore 


Mr 


G. Linwood Parsons III 


Mr. Samuel K. Wallace, Jr. 


Mr 


Wesley A. WUson 


Mr. Robert R Nottingham 


Mr 


Elmer J. Peters 


Mr. Gregory A. Warner 


Mr 


Richard C. Wilt III 


Mr. Paul C. Nunnally 


Mr 


Christopher C. Poe 


Mr. Thomas Ashby Watts W 






Mr. Kenneth G. Pankey, Jr. 


Mr 


Frank B. Pyott 


Mr. George A. Willinghan 


1989 


Mr. W. Banks Peterson, Jr. 


Mr 


Stephen G. Siewick 




31.73% of the class contribuud 


Mr. Joseph J. Pierce 


Mr 


William H. Tavcnner 


1988 




$4, 803. The average gifi was 


Mr. Richard E. Rogers, Jr. 


Mr 


Jeffrey B. Taylor 


26.50% of the class contributed 




$55.85. 


Mr. Allan A. Sanders 


Mr 


Paul M. Toler 


$2,050. The average gift was 


Mr 


Stacy W. Adams 


Mr. Albert W. Schyman 


Mr 


Philip R. Trapani 


$33.06 


Mr 


A. Walker Allen III 


Mr. James D. Secor III 


Mr 


Harvey L. Warnick, Jr. 


Mr. Bradley A. Addicks 


Mr 


P. Hobbs Allison, Jr. 


Mr. Bradley S. Simms 


Mr 


G.Randolph Webb, Jr. 


Mr. James G. Anderson, Jr. 


Mr 


James A. Allman III 


Mr. Bradford R. Smith 


Mr 


William T. Zi^ar 


Mr. Richard Ansell 


Mr 


Matthew L. Arcford 


Dr. Harry E. Spalding 






Mr. Michael Arnz 


Mr 


Alexander Arnz 


Mr. Peter B. Strickland 


1987 


Mr. Michael R. Barkc 


Mr 


Ralph W.Baker, Jr. 


Mr. Jonathan N. Terry 


29.79% of the class contributed 


Mr. Craig E. Beckler 


Mr 


Clayton C. Black 


Mr. James G. Thomas 




$4, 132. The average gift was 


Mr. Brert P. Bennett 


Mr 


Michael R. Brost 


Mr. Donald W. Thomson 




$73.79 


Mr.AlbertJ. Boletlll 


Mr 


Joel B. Brown 


Mr. W. Gregory Trevarthen 


Mr 


W.KirbyArnall 


Mr. Joseph H. Bridges 


Mr 


Jay C. Brumfield 


Mr. William LUsnik, Jr. 


Mr 


Peyton W. Artz 


Mr. Wray Broughton 


Mr 


Stephen A. Carpenter 


Mr. Timothy P. Veith 


Mr 


Joseph F. Barnes III 


Mr. M. Deane Cheatham III (S) 


Mr 


Joseph K. Carroll (S) 


Mr. J. David Walker 


Mr 


David K. Blackwell 


Mr. Michael B. Chenault 


Mr 


Brian P. Cassidy 


Mr. Frank L Wheeler 


Mr 


David C. Brown 


Mr. Mark A. Citrone 


Mr 


William G. Chapman 


Mr. D. Scon Williamson, Jr. 


Mr 


Courtney W. Campbell 


Mr. Mark D. Damjan 


Mr 


Aldo E. Chavez 


Mr. Berkeley W.Young 


Mr 


HoUins P. Clark 


Mr. E. Adams Darden IV 


Mr 


Geoffrey Christ 




Mr 


Ashby W. Coleman 


Mr. F. arl Derrick III 


Mr 


David H.Clark II 


1986 


Mr 


Wesley Eugene Dellinger 


Mr. Graham T. Dozier 


Mr 


Justin W. Cole 


23.50% of the class contributed 


Mr 


Daniel T. Dougherty, J r. 


Mr. Anthony P. Farina 


Mr 


Jeffrey S. Collins 


$2,941. The average gifi was 


Mr 


Richard W. Eggieston 


Mr. Brian Flemion 


Mr 


R. Blair Craig, Jr. 


$57.67. 


Mr 


Marshall P. Eldred III 


Mr. Andrew S. Foster 


Mr 


George A. Cumming 


Mr. Joseph C. Addington III 


Mr 


Timothy C. Eller 


Mr. Frank W. Friedman 


Mr 


John P. Delnegro 


Mr. Russell C. Akers 


Mr 


Mark J. Fader 


Mr. Christopher G. Fulghum 


Mr 


Charles F. Drayton 


Mr. William P. Anthony 


Mr 


Willie Fobbs III 


Mr. Peter Gallagher 11 


Mr 


Kenneth D. Drinkwalter, Jr. 


Mr. Charles J. Arrington III 


Mr 


Harrison M. Geho 


Mr. Roderick M. Gardner 


Mr 


Thomas D. Evans 


Mr. Timothy E. Ashman 


Mr 


Jeffrey W.Gibson 


Mr. Gerald P. Gillespy 


Mr 


William M. Ferguson III 


Dr. K. Drew Baker 


Mr 


William B. Goode IV 


Mr. E. Scott Hall 


Mr 


Malcolm T. Freeman 


Mr. Joseph M. Beahm 


Mr 


Andrew T. Gray 


Mr. Archibald Hardy IV 


Mr 


Patrick N. Gedein 


Mr. Franklin W. Blankemeyer 


Mr 


J. M. Scott HaU 


Mr. Ondray T.Harris 


Mr 


Evan G. Gliptis 


Mr. William W. Brazil 


Mr 


Michael G. Hamady 


Mr. Walter W.Hawthorne III 


Mr 


Read F. Goode, Jr. 


Mr. Christopher B. Brown 


Mr 


W. Scon Hcidler 


Mr. Christopher G. Hester 


Mr 


Joseph Andrew Grant 


Mr. B. Darren Burns 


Mr 


S. Luke Hodges 


Mr. Philip T. Hickman 


Mr 


G. L. Jeffreys Greene (S) 


Mr. Charles H. Cantus 


Mr 


Richard Keith Hope 


Mr. Edward F. Hodges 


Mr 


Thomas J. Groonell 


Mr. Roderick A. Coates 


Mr 


John B. Hylton 


Mr. C. Patrick Howard 


Mr 


Walter Lee Grubb III 


Mr. J. Charles CoUie 


Mr 


J. Brian Jackson 


Mr. Christopher A. Hutson 


Mr 


J. S. Randolph Harris 


Mr. James B. Cook 


Mr 


Richard A. Jackson 


Mr. Jeffrey Jackson 


Mr 


Marion P. Harrison 


Mr. Eric M. Cotts 


Mr 


Robert Jackson 


Mr. J. Trent Jones 


Mr 


Philip I. Heuisler IV 


Mr. James William Curry 


Mr 


W. Borden James 


Mr. Michael P. Kehoe 


Mr 


BrandtJ. B.Hooker 


Mr. Randy S. Davis 


Mr 


Jeffrey E. Johnson 


Mr. Roger Kirby 


Mr 


Robert L. Ireland, Jr. 


Mr. John M. A. Donelson 


Mr 


Patrick B. Kane 


Mr. Jefferson A. Mairs 


Mr 


Daniel A. Jenkin 


Mr. Warren P. Dumford 


Mr 


J. Kendal! Kiligore 


Mr. John W. Maloney 


Mr 


Gregory E.Jones 


Mr. William P. Frix 


Mr 


Patrick H. Kirchmier 


Mr. Craig L. Ma.s.sey 


Mr 


Christopher Kecley 


Mr. Salvatore Giannetti III 


Mr 


Robert P. Kline 


Mr. Timothy L. Mayo 


Mr 


Christian A. Kiesau 


Mr. Bret S. Grieves 


Mr 


Mark Allen Lasyone 


Mr. Ralph A. Montes 


Mr 


R. Keith Kozlowski 


Mr. Andrew E. G ross 


Mr 


Jeffrey E. Lee 


Mr.JohnCMuller 


Mr 


Richard A. Knise III 


Mr. John A. Gurkin III 


Mr 


Michael D. Lyster 


Mr. Frank Page 


Mr 


Michael K. Leonard, Jr. 


Mr. William D. Hamaker 


Mr 


E. Lombard Morgan, Jr. 


Mr.JohnW.Peake 


Mr 


Douglas P. McManamy 


Mr. J. Haywood Hardin 


Mr 


Anthony P. Morris 


Mr. Henry R Pollard V 


Mr 


Daniel C. McMullen 


Mr. Irvin G. Horner, Jr. 


Mr 


Michael E. Neal 


Mr. Charles Lee Potts 


Mr 


James H. McVey 


Mr. Gary L. Kessler 


Mr 


Charles Dee O'Dell 


Mr. Samuel S. Proctor 


Mr 


James W. Mercer, Jr. 


Mr. Charles E. Kimb rough 


Mr 


Wesley Pancrson 


Mr. Charles H.Reynolds 


Mr 


Harmon B. Miller IV 


Mr. Douglas M. King 


Mr 


Robert S. Plaster, Jr. 


Mr. Hugo F. Rodriguez 


Mr 


Steven E. Mills 


Mr. John L. Lee 


Mr 


Matthew W. Robertson III 


Mr. Steven W. Schrom 


Mr 


Brian E. Moon 


Mr. J. Lawrence Mansfield, Jr. 


Mr 


John E. Sadler III 


Mr. Miller F. Smyth 


Mr 


Michael E. Moore 


Mr. Chester W. Mayo 


Mr 


David P. Schneider 


Mr. A. Douglas Spitalny 


Mr 


J. Christopher Naftzger 


Mr.JohnR.McGhec.Jr. 


Mr 


John Banks Sewell III 


Mr. Joseph M. Sposa 


Mr 


Peter J. Neville 


Mr. David C. Meyer 


Mr 


Hawcs C. Spencer 


Mr. John P. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr 


D. Eraser Orr, Jr. 


Mr. Daniel P. Miller 


Mr 


Christopher P. Stuart 


Mr. Joseph M. Teefey 


Mr 


Christopher B. Page 


Mr. E. Winston Morris 


Mr 


Daniel D. Tafel 


-> 


f 


v4r. William E. Ware III 


Mr 


Gordon E. Parker, Jr. 










ly 



















■ 




Mr. C. Frederick Payne 




Mr. Bronson E. Newburger 






Mr. Richard B. Verronc 


Mr. John F. Cook 




Mr. Edwin Perry Pernell III 


Mr. Timothy J. Ware 


Mr. Joseph W.Cotlin III 


Mr. Michael A. Page 






Mr. Paul E. Pisano 


Mr. Bruce D. Wenger 


Mr. Mark K. DuBose 


Mr. John Jerry Pappas 






Mr. Christopher W. Powell 


Mr. Phillip L. Williams 


Mr. H. Wayne DufF 


Dr. Christopher F. Perkins 






Mr. Charles W.Pryor III (S) 


Mr. George W. Yurgaitis, Jr. 


Mr. Andrew M. Duke 


Mr. L. Davis Phaup III 






Mr. Philip S. Rachels 




Mr. Richard K. Dunn 


Mr. Kevin G. Phillips 






Mr. James W. Rapier 


1990 


Mr. F. Colin Durham 


Mr. Jonathan Philpott 






Mr.JakeRasorlll 


20% of the class contributed $1,896. 


Mr. Thomas R. Edwards, Jr. 


Mr. Scott F. Poole 






Mr. Richard C. Redd 


The average gift was $37.92. 


Mr. Charles M. Eschinger 


Mr. Michael A. Pugh 






Mr. TTiomas B. Reynolds 


Mr. Alvin M. Allen 


Mr. Mark P. Falls 


Mr. James C Roddy, Jr. 






Mr. Charles A. Rivers 


Mr. Patrick S. Allen 


Mr. Clyde M. Flagg, Jr. 


Mr. Jonathan D. Sargeant 






Mr. Christopher Sawides 


Mr. John J. Amon 


Mr. John V. Glass III 


Mr. FredJ.Sherrill 






Mr. Andrew R, Shoemaker 


Mr. Thomas H. Barr 


Mr. Edwin B. Gough III 


Mr. S. Stuart Shiplett 






Mr. John Farr Simons III 


Mr. Walter A. Blocker II 


Mr. F. Brawner Greer 


Mr. Robert F. Stockhausen, Jr. 






Mr. Matthew C. Sunderlin 


Mr. William T. Bonfield 


Mr. L. Allen Herrington, Jr. 


Mr. Stephen K. Waskey 






Mr. Gregory L. Taylor 


Mr. Marks. Bridges 


Mr. David L. Hobbs 


Mr. J. Richard Wilkins III 






Mr. Trueman C. S. Thompson 


Mr. Rudolph Bumgardner IV 


Mr. Todd A. Horsley 


Mr. Kirk A. Zambetti 






Mr. P. Thomas Thurmond III 


Mr. Karl A. Carver 


Mr. G. Todd Joyce 








Mr. Mark W. Turner 


Mr. Thomas H. Cawthon, Jr. 


Mr. Mark A. Koski 


1991 






Mr. Johns. Vail 


Mr. John H. Coleman 


Mr. Robert C. Latimer 


Mr. Lawrence H. Martin III 






Lt. C.Richard Valiant 


Mr. W. Paul Conrad III 


Mr. Christian D. Marthinson 








Gifts by Fraternity Affiliation, 1990-91 






Affiliation Alumni Percent 

who gave 


Total 












Kappa Sigma 537 62% 


$153,922 






Pi Kappa Alpha 618 57% 


131,769 






Kappa Alpha 587 52% 


131,391 






Chi Phi AGA 55% 


75,502 






ThetaChi 507 51% 


52,553 






Lambda Chi 465 49% 


50,639 






Sigma Chi 442 50% 


46,302 






Sigma Alpha Epsilon 220 45% 


17,378 






Sigma Nu 265 54% 


16,651 






Fiji 270 36% 


10,210 






Alpha Chi Sigma 146 38% 


5,306 






BetaThetaPi 38 21% 


160 






Totals 


1,557,72: 

3 


I 3,623,405 




5,181,127 











1 1 

THE SENIOR CLASS CAVIPAIGS 

Honoring Pledges from the Class of 1991 


James Qark Abell 


Chris Darnell 


Tripp Heilig 


Braxton Pollard 


Jay Abbott 


Jimmy DeSantis 


Ed Holt 


David Roper 


William Phillips Allison 


John D. Dove, III 


Kemp Hunt 


Ranson Roussel 


Ben Altman 


Mike Day 


David A. Ingram 


Conrad Rickets 


Champc Andrews 


Matt Dooley 


Clayton James 


Max Re id 


Joseph Lee Andrews 


Jerry Kevin Dumond 


Frederick Barkev Koehler 


Gordon Rountree 


Frank Lee Angus, Jr. 


Curtis William Dailey 


Andrew Rogers Kelley 


Carter C. Redd 


David Archibald 


Gary Darden 


Ty law 


Brent W. Railey 


Kevin Lee Arrington 


G reg Davis 


Michael James Lacks 


Tripp Reynolds 


Hugh Avera 


William Jones deButts. Ill 


Aubrey Lucy 


Thomas Robinson 


Brian Butler 


Richard H.deBuns, Jr. 


Perrin Lamar 


Topf)er Ray 


Charles Stewart Beemus 


J. Fielding Douthat 


David N. LeGault 


Billy Reid 


Thompson Ball 


Raymond H. Elmore 


GeofFrey Todd Lampman 


Chris Roberts 


James Fredrick Bebeau 


Dale Preston Ennis 


Robert Faull Lemert 


Lew Robinson 


Blake H. Blythe 


Sherman Ernouf 


Steven Musilli 


BiU Settle 


Richard L. Baker 


David Ewing 


Dale Matusevich 


Charles Warner Sommardahl, Jr. 


Andrew Ballou 


Ed Furlow 


Patrick Mulquin 


Barclay Shepard 


Stephen Bear 


Matt Farina 


Joe McKissick 


John Savage 


Tony B^on 


David E. Forbes 


Jay McGrady 


Thomas Robert Schroeder 


James Douglas Bell 


Will Ferrell 


Jonathan Eric Marston 


Stephen F. Seldon 


Robert Beverly 


Jamie Feliciano 


Kevin Lane Miller 


Burton Short 


Bennett Biever 


Robert Fiveash 


Trip McLaughlin 


T. L. Shortt 


Lewis Biggs 


Stephen Fore 


Tiger Martin 


Juris Peteris Simanis 


Michael Boehling 


John Franklin 


Jonathan McGrady 


Franklin Scott Soukup 


Wade Boswell 


Carter Furr 


Robert Lemley Montgomery 


Alester Spears 


Morgan Bray 


Mark E. Gammon 


Rob Moorman 


Philip D. Spessard 


Michael Breeden 


Brent Golemon 


John David Morris 


David F. Stewart 


Allan Brock 


Ormond Drew Grice, Jr. 


Rick Mortotflf 


Stephen Patrick Still 


Chip Brown 


David Grubbs 


Phil Myers 


Brandon Thompson 


Bryan E. Burcher 


Steven Hagan 


John William Myers IV 


Trey Tyler 


Waiiam T. Buder III 


Harris Haynie 


Bradley Scott Nester 


George Meredith Trible XV 


Bo Conrad 


Finley Clarke Holmes 


George Coons Ochs 


Carl Britt Wester 


Tucker Cowlbeck 


Michael Jason Hoey 


Mike O'Malley 


Scott Sheild Williams 


Paul Coudert 


Glen Hasling 


Andrew Peterson 


Jeremy Webster 


Waiiam W. Cleveland 


John Hudson 


Courtney Pernell 


Thomas Ward 


Scott Caldwell 


Micheal Hughes 


Matt Porter 


Gar Whaley 


Michael I. Citronc 


Micheal Hollond 


Rory Perkins 


Christian Jared Ward 


Chuck Cleland 


Robert Hurt 


Jake Adden Player 


Hugh White 


Gardener Cobb 


Mike Hubbard 


Will Pitt 


Rob Wade 


Wendell K. Cosenza 


Ben Harrison 


J. Michael Parkerson 


Edward C. A. Wilson 


Rob Dearnley 


Dennis Floyd Harrup III 


3 


I 

7] 


lussellV. Parrish.Jr. 










ii 







1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



PARENTS 1990-91 



Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Franklin Abbott 

III 
Mr. &c Mrs. John F. Abcic. Sr. 
Mrs. P. H. Abels 
Mr. 8c Mrs. John M. Ackcn '61 
Mr. &C Mrs. Paul G. Adams 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Akcrs 
Mr. & Mrs. Adam Algeicr 
Mr. & Mrs. Hanns Alhusen 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Allen '55 
Mr. James W. Allen, Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs. RB.Allport.Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip J. Altizer 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph M. Altman 
Dr. & Mrs. John Wilkins Ames, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Amon 
Mr. & Mrs. James G. Anderson, 

Sr. '55 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Mitchell Andrews 
Dr. & Mrs. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. 

'54 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. Anthony, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley C. Archibald 
Dr. & Mr. Gary W. Ardison 
Mr. &C Mrs. Alvan M. Aron '53 
Mrs. P. T. Atkinson (S) 
Dr. & Mrs. William Atwill 
Dr. & Mrs. F. D. Austin III 
Ms. Betty Avera 
Mr. & Mrs. Ryland A. Babb, Jr. 

'61 
Mrs. William L. Ball, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Bance 
Mr. & Mrs. C. P. Banister, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Banning 

(D 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton A. Barber 111 
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Barstow 
Mrs. Julia M. Baskervill 
Mrs. Mary R Bass 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur M. Baugh '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Beahm 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Bcasley 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred A, Bcbeau '56 
Mrs. R D. Becker 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Thomas Bcckman 
Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Beckum 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. 

•37 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Bernas 
Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Berry, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl D. Beshears 
Mr. & Mrs. JefF Biederman 
Mr. & Mrs, Fred C. Biggs 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. Biggs 
Mr. Elmer Billman 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bing 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Blackwell 



Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Blankenship 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Blanton II 

'44 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold U. Blyihe '64 
Mr. &C Mrs. Thomas J. Boehling 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Booth '37 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Booth III 

'66 
Mrs. Shirley Boswick 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Boucher 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Bowman, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 
Mr. & Mrs. Numa P. Bradner '52 
Mr. & Mrs. Iverson M. Branan 
Mr. & Mrs. Patteson Branch, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Branch 
Mr. & Mrs. Maynard L. Brandt 
The Rev. & Mrs. Warren C. Bran- 

non, Sr. '52 
Mr. & Mrs. H. H. Braxton. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Bray '60 
Mr. Sc Mrs. James C. Bray 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. Brazil 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Btceden III 

'56 
Mr. John A. Brickhill 
Mr. Tommy L. Bridges 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Brinegar 
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn W. Brinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Allan W. Brock, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin D. Brooks, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Gardiner T. Brooks, 

Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Brooks, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd E. Brotzman, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Brown IV 
Mr. & Mrs. Dan E. Bruce 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Bryan 
Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Bryan III 
The Hon. & Mrs. Alton E. 

Bryant, Jr. '55 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Bryson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Bullard, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Bumpas 
Mr. & Mrs. Josiah Bunting III 

HD'87 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo F. Burke 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. Burr, Jr. 

'66 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert W. Bur- 

rougjis, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Taylor Butler III 
Mr. & Mrs. William T. Butler, Jr. 

'62 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Cain 
Mr. & Mrs, Robert B. Campbell 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy K. Campbell 



Dr. &C Mrs. Hawes Campbell III 

•60 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Carlisle 
Dr. & Mrs. E. B. Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Carpenter 
Mr, & Mrs, Sam R Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. T. H. Carr, Sr. 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Richard A. Carrington 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Carroll 
Mrs. William H. Carstarphen, Jr. 
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Carter 
Mr. & Mrs. George B. Cartledge, 

Jr. '63 (T) 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Caruso 
Mr, & Mrs. Robert K. Caudle, Jr. 

'68 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Cawthon 
Dr. & Mrs. Dudley C. Chandler, 

Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. William B. Chapman 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chase 
Mr. & Mrs. M. D. Cheatham, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Chesnutt 
Dr. Sc Mrs. Surrinder Kumar 

Chopra 
Dr. Sc Mrs. James R Clark 
Dr. & Mrs. Lee A. Clark, Jr. 
Mrs, Reolia Katrinka Qark 
Mr, & Mrs, Beverley B. Qary, Jr. 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Charles N. Clegg 
Ms. Tomlin H. Clemmer 
Mr, & Mrs, Henry P, QifFord 
Mr, Sc Mrs, William A, Qifton, Jr, 
Mr, Sc Mrs, Richard A, Clough 
Mrs, Virginia Cochran 
Mr, Sc Mrs, Joseph R Cole 
Ms, Judith S, Coleman 
Mr, Sc Mrs, Morgan M, Coleman 
Mr, & Mrs, R, Webster Coliett 
Mr, Sc Mrs, John Collie, Jr, 
Mr, & Mrs, A, G, Collins, Jr, 
Mr, & Mrs, Lawrence G, Collins 
Dr, Sc Mrs, Wilson S. Comer, Jr, 

72 
Mrs, Sharon Ann Conrad 
Mrs, Frederick A, Cook, Jr, 
Mr, Sc Mrs, Sam Cosenza 
Mr, & Mrs, Frederic H, Cox, Jr. 
Mr. Sc Mrs. William S. Cox 
Mrs. Rasa Lee Cozan 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Craddock 

'55 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd L Craighill 
Mr. Glenn Dale Crawford 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Richard A. Crirtcnden 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Anton C. Crone 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Crouch 
Mr. & Mrs. T. Frank Crowder '45 
Mr. & Mrs. R Braxton Culler III 
Dr. Sc Mrs. Jesse W, Cumbia 



32 



Mrs, M. F. N. Cummings 

Mr, & Mrs, Alfred T, Curiee '47 

Mr, Sc Mrs, Thomas L. Currie '41 

Mr. Sc Mrs. David M. Curtin 

Mrs. H. Powell Custis 

Mrs. Mary Louise Curter 

Mrs. Robert Dabncy III 

Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Dalasio 

Mrs. Linda Lee Dalton 

Mr. Sc Mrs. Rufiis Dalton 

Dr. & Mrs. Terry A. Darden 

Dr. & Mrs. C. N. Davidson, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Davies 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Davis 

Mrs. Gloria S. Davis 

Mrs. Mary Jane Davis 

Mrs. Peggy C. Davis 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Davis 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest G. Davis, Jr. 

'53 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Vernon D. Dawson 

'53 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Horace A. Deane, Jr. 
Mr. Richard H. deButts 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Donald O. Dees 
Mrs. Elizabeth D. Degges 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Louis J. De Francesco 
Mr, Sc Mrs, Willard E. Dent 
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad J. DeSantis 
Mrs. F. Lyman Dewey 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Dewey 
Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Dickens, Jr. 
Mrs. S, L, Dickenson 
Mr, & Mrs, Curtis M, Dickinson 
Mrs, Dixie Dickinson 
Mr, Sc Mrs. Charles M. Dietz '52 
Mr, & Mrs. August A. Dietz III 

'46 
Dr. & Mrs. Franklin Dill 
Mr. Sc Mrs. James R Dillon, Jr. 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Robert W. Dinsmorc 
Mr. Joseph E. Diumar 
Mr. & Mrs. William Dayton 

Dixon, Jr. '50 
Mrs. Norma L. Donelson 
Dr. Sc Mrs. Manin Donelson, Jr. 

'38 
Ms. Penelope Donnelly 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Michael Dooley 
Mr. Robert C. Dorey, Jr. 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Henry Dorn, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Douglass 
Mr. Sc Mrs. James F. Douthat '64 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Downey 
Mr. Charles L. Duckworth 
Mr. & Mrs. O. W. Dudley III 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L, Dudley 
Mr, & Mrs, Francis K, Duffy 
Mr, & Mrs, Edward C, Dunbar 
Mr, & Mrs, Harold M, Dunnagan 
Ms, Mary Ellen Durham 







HAMPDRN-SYnNRY miT.FCR 






Mr. & Mrs. W. F. Durlacher 


Dr. & Mrs. Frederick T. Given, Jr. 


1 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel P. Henry, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William J. Jonak, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Dutro 


•49 


Mr. & Mrs. John C. Herrington 


Mr. & Mrs. C. Eddie Jones '54 


Mrs. Armitage Edge 


Dr. & Mrs. Allen M. Glasgow ^64 


Mr. & Mrs. L A. Herrington 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hill Jones, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Sam D. Eggleston, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. Glasgow, 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Hess 


Mr. & Mrs. F. Rogers Jones, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Bryce L. Hkins 


Jr. 


Mr. &C Mrs. James Hickey 


Mr. & Mrs. Howard W. Jones 


Mrs. R. E. eiiot 


Mr. & Mrs. John V. Glass. Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Hickman, 


Mr. & Mrs. James M. Jones, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Grenville T. Emmet 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Glass III 


Sr. '60 


■45 


III 


Mr. & Mrs. George Gliptis 


Dr. Paul P. Hicks, Jr. 


The Hon. & Mrs. James P. Jones 


Mr. & Mrs. John M. Enright 


Mr. & Mrs. R. Kinnan Golemon 


Mr. & Mrs. John R. Higgs '62 


Mr. & Mrs. Milton A. Jones 


Mrs. Nancy Erwin 


Mr. & Mrs. L. O. Goode 


Mrs. G. E. HUdreth 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert B.Jones 


Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeiu Evans, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Read F. Goode 


Mr. & Mrs. James Hiss, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. R. F. Jones 


Mr. & Mrs. James M. Ewing, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William D. Goodrich 


The Hon. & Mrs. Fred L. Ho- 


Mr. & Mrs. W. Robert Jones 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Face 


Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Goodwin 


back,Jr. ^60 


Mr. & Mrs. William R Jones, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. James A. Fader, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Granger, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Hoblitzell, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. Joyce 


Mr. & Mrs. Floyd T. Fallen 


Mrs. Patricia B. Gray 


Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Hoey 


Mr. & Mrs. Sttnely B. Kamm 


Mr. & Mrs. James H. Fannon, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. David D.Green 


Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. Holladay 


Mr. & Mrs. Heinz H. 


Mr. & Mrs. Louis D. Farina, Sr. 


Mr. &C Mrs. Harry S. Greene, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Holland 


Karnitschnig 


Mrs. Frank A. Fariss 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Greene, Sr. 


Dr. & Mrs. John W. Hollowell 


Mr. & Mrs. William G. Karslake 


Mr. & Mrs. Welford S. Farmer 


Capt. & Mrs. Wallace A. Greene 


Mr. Thomas P. Hollowell 


Mr. & Mrs. John A. Kaufman 


Mr. & Mrs. Irving L. Fass 


Mr. & Mrs. R. Bryan Grinnan III 


Dr. & Mrs. Finley C. Holmes 


Mrs. E. C. Kavanaugh, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Jack Faussemagne 


•57 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert Holt III 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert Keeley 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank F. Faust 


Mrs. R, Bryan Grinnan, Jr. 


The Hon. & Mrs. George E. 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Kceney 


Dr. & Mrs. John Ferrell 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Groonell 


Honts III 


Dr. & Mrs. E. Milton Kellam '39 


Mr. & Mrs. J. William Ferrell III 


Dr. & Mrs. Walter L. Grubb, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William H. 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Kelley ^42 


•62 


•57 


Hoofnagle 


Mr.&Mrs. Daniel J. Kelly 


Dr. & Mrs. R. D. Ferris 


Mr. Earl D. Grubbs, Sr. 


Mr. &C Mrs. Frederick W. Hope, 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank G.Kelly III 


Capt. & Mrs. Michael Field 


Mr. & Mrs. J. David Guenard 


Jr. 


Capt. & Mrs. William Kelly 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Fink 


Mr. & Mrs. James F. Guion 


Mr. & Mrs. James A. Hornc, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Albert S. Kemper III 


Mr. & Mrs. Bren E. Finucane 


Mrs. John Arch Gurkin, Jr. 


Mrs. Jean Howard 


•51 


Mr. & Mrs. Floyd L. Firing, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Alonza B. Guthrie 


Mr. & Mrs. John W. Howard, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Keough 


Mrs. Maynard N. Fisher 


Mr. R. Garnen Hall, Sr. 


•50 


Mr. & Mrs. James G. Kerridge 


Mr. & Mrs. William C. Fitzgerald 


Mr. & Mrs. Stewart B.Hall, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hubbard 


Mr. & Mrs. Phillip W. Key ^56 


•53 


Mrs. Constance Cann Hancock 


Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Hubbard 


Mr. Harry R King 


Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Manihall Flagg 


Mr. & Mrs. Willis N.Hanna 


Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hud- 


Mrs. Hazel Thomas King 


The Rev. & Mrs. George Fleming 


Mr. &Mrs.JackR.Hardie 


gins, Jr. ^46 


Mrs. Jean T. King 


Mr. & Mrs. Philip D. Flemion 


Mr. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. (T) 


Mr. & Mrs. John A. Hudson, Jr. 


Dr. & Mrs. Hubert E. Kiser, Jr. 


Col & Mrs. William R. Foley 


Col. & Mrs. A. W. Hardy 


'49 


•53 


Dr. & Mrs. Paige B. Folio 


Mrs. Patricia Ann Harkess 


Mr. & Mrs. Arthur T. Huey 


Mr. & Mrs. William C. Kluttz, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Pace M. Fonville 


Mr. & Mrs. John P. Harlow, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs, C. V. O. Hughes, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Othel A. Knight 


Mr. &i. Mrs. Gene Foran 


•42 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hughes 


Mr. Robert S. Knott 


Mr. & Mrs. James D. Forbes 


Mr. & Mrs. C. Dale Harman, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Hungarland, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. Knox 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Ford 


Mrs.LC. Harrell.Jr. 


Capt. & Mrs. Albert Hunt 


Mrs. Frederick Koehler 


Mr. & Mrs. G. L. Fosque, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. T. R. Harrington 


Mr. & Mrs. James V. Hunt 


Mr. & Mrs. James M. Kokolis 


Mr. & Mrs. F. Meriwether Fowl- 


Dr. & Mrs. William B. Harris '42 


Mr. & Mrs. William A. Hunter 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald S. Kozlowski 


kes,Jr.'60 


Mr.&Mrs.H. Hirer Harris, Jr. 


'50 


Mrs. Herbert M. Krauss 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert A Francis •SI 


(D 


Mrs. Doris A. Hurt 


Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Kreien- 


Mr. & Mrs. William F. Ftanck 


Mrs. Anne W. Harrison 


Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Hurt, Jr. 


baum, Jr. 


Mrs. Barbara L. Fra7e«' 


Mr. & Mrs. Leonidas C. Harrison 


Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. Huner "40 


Mr. & Mrs. Jack Kroustalis 


Mr. 8i Mrs. John P. Frazee, Jr. 


Dr. & Mrs. T. Randolph Harrison 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank T. Hyde '38 


Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J, Kun^ 


Mr. & Mrs. William F. Freitas 


'51 


Mr. & Mrs. Tristram T. Hyde IV 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard Lacks 


Mr. & Mrs. Carter B. Furr ^54 


Mr. & Mrs. William A. Harrison 


'62 


Mrs. Douglas W. Laird 


Mr. & Mrs. James G. Gamble IV 


Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Harrison III 


Mr. & Mrs. Douglas S. Ingram 


Doctors Edward and Ruth 


(S) 


Mr. & Mrs. John P. Harrison, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William P. Irwin IV 


LaMonte 


Mrs. Mary K. Gamble 


•43 


Mr. & Mrs. L. A. Jackson 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Lane 


Mr. & Mrs. John C. Garber 


Mr. & Mrs. Dennis F. Harrup, Jr. 


Dr. & Mrs. Paul A. Jagasich (F) 


Mrs. W. T. Lan^orne 


Mr. & Mrs. William R. Gardner, 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. 


(S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Lanham, 


Jr. -57 


•51 (D 


Mrs. J. Frank James 


Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Garner 


The Hon & Mrs. William P. Hay 


Dr. & Mrs. Allyn G. Janney '42 


Mrs. Joseph Laramorc 


Mr. & Mrs. Fred L Garrett III '62 


•42 


Mr. &:Mrs. IsaccW.Jeanes 


Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert R. Lanis, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Fred L. Garrett, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Bruce R. Hazelgrove 


Mr. &C Mrs. George W. Jenkins, 


•51 


•32 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Hazlegrove, 


Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William A. Lashley 


The Hon. & Mis. Ernest P. Gates 


Jr. '67 


Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Jennings 


•40 


•45 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold E. Heaton 


Mr. & Mrs. R. Ralph Jessee 


Mrs. Nancy LaValle 


Mr. H. H. Gay 


Mr. & Mrs. Phillip M. Heflin 


Mrs. Adger S. Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. William D. Lawley, 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Gctlein 


Mr. & Mrs. George H. Heilig, Jr. 


Mr. &C Mrs. Frederick F. Johnson 


Sr. 


Mr. &C Mrs. Wallace W. Giglio '64 


■65 


'61 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Lawson "39 


Mrs. Joseph S. Gillespie 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph D. Hellams 


Mr. John T. Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Layer 


Mrs. Robert G. Gillespie 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert R Henry '31 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Johnson 


Mr. & Mrs. Hunter M. Leach '40 


Mrs. Annette L. Gimpelson 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald M. Henry ^56 


a 


^ 


•53 










3. 









The Rev. & Mrs. William K. 

Leach '62 
Mr. & Mrs. George H. Lcary '47 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben B. LeCompte, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Burton P. Lee 
Mr. & Mrs. Felton L. Lee 
Dr. Allen E. LeHew 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. LeHew '59 
Dr. & Mrs. Willette L. LeHew '57 
Mrs. Anna H. Lemon 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank T. Lendrim 
Dr. & Mrs. James R Leutze 
Mr. Anhur M. Levin 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Levy 
Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Lewis, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Lewis 
Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Lewis 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Lewis 
Mr. & Mrs. Lynwood W. Lewis 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy J. Lewis 
Dr. & Mrs. Henry S. Liebert, Jr. 

'52 
The Rev. Dr. & Mrs. A. Heath 

Light '51 HD'87 
Mr. & Mrs. William Lincoln 
Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Lindsay '52 
Dr. & Mrs. Rene F. Uaneras 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Lodge 
Dr. & Mrs. Gerald V.Long 
Mr. & Mrs. R Qifton Long 
Mrs. Robert E. Lorigan 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Lovelace 

'50 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Luesing 
Mrs. Anne S. Lumpkin 
Mr. & Mrs. Buford T. Lumsden 
Dr. & Mrs. John W.Lynn 
Ms. Barbara Lyons 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Granger Macfarlane 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Daniel MacGill 

III '67 
Mr. & Mrs. W.D. MacGill, Jr. 
The Rev. Jacob S. Mackorell, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Patrick Magee, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Maloney III 
Mrs. Anna K. MansPield 
Mr. & Mrs. John March 
The Rev. & Mrs. McAlister C. 

Marshall 
Mr. & Mrs. Ryland W. Marston 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin S. Martin, Jr. 

73 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Martin, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Martin, 

Jr. (F) (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Morgan Massey 
Dr. & Mrs. Wmfield Massie '49 
Mr. & Mrs. James D. Mattox 
Mr.&Mrs. K.W. Mattox,Jr. 
Mr. 8d Mrs. John S. May, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas T. Mayo IV 

(F)(S) 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. McBrat- 

ney, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. McBride 
Mr. & Mrs. M. Edwin McCall, Sr. 

'56 
Mrs. Richard McCarthy 
Mrs. C. A. McQaugherty, Jr. 



1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. McClin- 

tock (S) 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Harold L. McQoskey 

'50 
Mr. &C Mrs. David S. McQung II 

'51 
Mr. Leslie G. McCraw 
Col. & Mrs. James E. McDowell 
Mr. & Mrs. R C. McEntire, Jr. 
Mr. &C Mrs. Samuel W. McGann, 

Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. McGee, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. McGee 
Mr. &C Mrs. Joseph H. McGrady 
Dr. & Mrs. Hunter McGuire, Jr. 

(D 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. McKissick 
Mr. & Mrs. David J. McKittrick 

■67 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. McMahon, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Chandler McNair 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Wilson McNeely 

III 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Vincent McPhillips 
Dr. & Mrs. George J. McVey '61 

HD76 
Mr. & Mrs. Jon W. Meadows 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Meek, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Meeks 
Mrs. Margaret T. Mcinzer 
Dr. & Mrs. Hedley N. Mendez III 
Dr. & Mrs. R R Menendez 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Merrill '36 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Mikell 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis F. Miller (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Miller 
Mr. George W. Mills II 
Ms. Marian F. Minniece 
Mr. &C Mrs. Owen R. Minter "53 
Mr. George Thomas Minton, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R Modlin 
Mr. & Mrs. Bradford O. Moles 
Mr. &C Mrs. Kevin E. Moley 
Mr. & Mrs. Dee Elliot Moon 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Mooney II 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Mooney 
Ms. Patricia Moore 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Moore, Jr. 

'63 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael F. Moorman 

'64 
Dr. &C Mrs. John L. Moran 
Ms. Elizabeth D. Moreau 
Mr. & Mrs. L. V. Morgan 
Mr. & Mrs. Onnie A. Morgan 
Mrs. Virginia S. Morgan 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Morgan, Sr. 

'50 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Hunter Morgan, 

Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John Morton, Jr. 
Mrs. Leahetta E. Mortorff 
Mrs. Charles H. Moseley, Sr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Lloyd F. Moss '37 
Mr. &C Mrs. James J. Mulquin 
Dr. & Mrs. John W. Myers III '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas C. Naismith 
Capt. & Mrs. N. C Nash 



Mrs. Mary M. Naumann 
Mrs. Florence A. Neilson 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Nelson, Jr. 

'62 
Mr. & Mrs. Bennie C. Nester 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Newcomb 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R Newsome, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell B. Newton, Jr. 

(T) 
Mr. &C Mrs. Nolan R Nicely, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Nichols 
Dr. & Mrs. William G. Nichols 
Dr. &C Mrs. Dennis B. Nicks 
Mr. & Mrs. Carter Noble '43 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Nolde, Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs. ClifFordA. 

Nottingham 
Dr. &C Mrs. Maurice Noningham, 

Jr. '56 
Mrs. Jack P. Null 

Mr. &C Mrs. Clarence C. Nunnally 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold A. 

O'Callaghan 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Ogletree, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James O. Olfson 
Mr. & Mrs. Hunter B. Oliver, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Orr 
Mr. Jose Roberto Ortega 
Mr. &C Mrs. Henry C. Onman 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Overbey '55 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Overton 

'48 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Overton, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. David D. Owen 
Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Owen III 
Dr. & Mrs. John A. Owen, Jr. "44 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald M. Pace '63 
Mrs. P. G. Padgett. Sr. 
Mr. Cary L. Page, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. R Vaughan Palmore 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Panniil 

(T) 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Pappas '60 
Mrs. Diane M. Parham 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond W. Paris 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl D. Parker III 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Parker III 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Parkerson 
Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Parsons 
Ms. Linda S. Parsons 
Mrs. William S. Patterson 
Mr. &C Mrs. Edward S. Peabody, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Peake '51 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Fay Pearce, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Pearce, Sr. 
Mrs. H. A. Pearman 
Mr. & Mrs. M.W.Peebles, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Robert Peery '50 
Mr. & Mrs. Claude Graham Pem- 
broke, Sr. 
Mrs. Walter L. Penn, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. George E. Perkins 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Perkins 
Mr. &C Mrs. Craig H. Peterson 
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul D. Peterson 
Mrs. C. H. Pettyjohn, Jr. 



34 



Lt. Gen. Jammie M. Philpott 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Pilcher, Jr. 

'56 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Piros 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Pisano 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ploegcr 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry G. Plunkett, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry R Pollard IV 

■64 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman H. Pollock 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Ponti 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Porter 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Bruce Porterfield 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Potter 
Mr. & Mrs. Curtis W. Powell 
Dr. Jack H.Powell 
Mr. & Mrs. W. D. Powell 
Mrs. Katherine W. Pratt 
Mr. & Mrs. Arnold M. Proctor 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Pruitt 
Mr. &C Mrs. Tamas F. Pucher 
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Puckett 
Mr. & Mrs. Anhur W. Pugh 
Mrs.J. B. PurkalLJr. 
Dr. & Mrs. John M. Quarles "50 
Mrs. Susanne Lake Query 
Mrs. Anne-Lise Qureshi 
Mr. & Mrs. Michaux Raine III '57 
Mr. &C Mrs. Jitendra F. Rajmaiia 
Mr. Sc Mrs. Jake Rasor, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Rawles 
Dr. & Mrs. Holman C. Rawls III 

•63 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Ray 
Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Redd 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Rees, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Regan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. William Reid 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton P. Reid II '68 
Mr. E. A. Rennolds, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Richards '56 
The Rev. & Mrs. W. Ramsey 

Richardson '52 
Mrs. Sharon Riddell 
Mrs. Sue Riley 

Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Rinehimer 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Wilson Rives "48 
Mr. & Mrs. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 

■36 
Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Roberts, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Stewart Robertson 

'54 
Mrs. Jesse F. Roberts, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey C Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Lacey Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis W. Robinson 
Mrs. Virginia N. Roddy (T) 
Mr. &C Mrs. John Rollison 
Mr. John L. Roper III 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Rosemond 

III 
Mr. &C Mrs. Bernard V. 

Rosenberger 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Roussel 
The Rev. Dr. & Mrs. J. Shepherd 

Russell, Jr. '51 HD '85 
Mr. &C Mrs. John E. Sadler, Jr. ^56 
Mr. & Mrs. Constant Sakakini 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard L. Sallade 







HAMPnP.N-.SYnNRY COILRCF. 






Mr. & Mrs. Lou E. Satchell 


Mr. & Mrs. Cesar Souza 


Mrs. Waring Trible, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. James E. White, Sr. 


Ms. Judith M. Scardina 


Dr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Speckhart 


Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Triplett, Sr. 


70 


Mr. Edward M. Schaaf, Jr. 


Mr. &C Mrs. Harold R. Spencer '54 


Mr. & Mrs. George A. Trout 


Dr. & Mrs. Francis R. Wbitehouse 


Ms. Joan Scheer 


Mrs. Helen A. Spessard 


Mr. & Mrs. Harry S. Tubaugh 


'34 


Mr. & Mrs. James R. Schlesinger 


Mr. & Mrs. P. Warren Spratley, 


Mrs. Patricia A. Tucker 


Mr. & Mrs. F. B. WUhoit 


HD'90 


Jr. '49 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Tull 


Mr. & Mrs. William H. Willen 


Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Schoellkopf, 


Mr. & Mrs. A. Downey Suncs 


Mr. & Mrs. George Tydings 


Mr. & Mrs. C. F. Williams 


Jr. 


Mr.&Mrs.W.W.Stanfield,Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William H. 


Mr. & Mrs. Carter N. Williams 


Mr. & Mrs. David G. Schofidd 


Mr. & Mrs. John K. Stanley, Jr. 


Uhtenwoldt 


The Rev. & Mrs. George 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Schrxjeder 


Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey N. Stcadman 


Mr. & Mrs. Michael Underwood 


Williams 


Mr. & Mrs. David Scon 


Mrs. Anna H. Steele 


Mr. & Mrs. James H. Van Ness W 


Mr. & Mrs. Rodney E. Williams 


Mr. & Mrs. John G. Scott 


Mr. & Mrs. James Stegman 


Mr. & Mrs. A. Gordon Van Ness, 


'63 


Mr. & Mrs. W. Bruce Scamster 


Mr. & Mrs. Milford A. Stein 


Jr. '49 


Mr. & Mrs. I. Rowland Williams, 


Mr. & Mrs. H. L. Sebren. Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Leon K. Stepanian, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Vaughan, 


Jr. 


Dr. & Mrs. Harvey F. Sclden '63 


Mr. & Mrs. James Thomas 


Jr. '57 


Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Williams, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. W. Sydnor Settle '55 


Stephens 


Mr. & Mrs. Glenn C. Vaughn '66 


Mr. & Mrs. Dan S. Williamson 


(D 


Dr. & Mrs. Ward W. Stevens, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. James A. Veith 


Dr. & Mrs. James S. Williford 


Mr. & Mrs. William R. Shands, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Stickley 


Mr. & Mrs. Roben Vermiilera 


Mrs. James Willis 


'52 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Stickley, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. I. Richard Verrone 


Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Joe Ray Sharp 


'47 


Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Sr. 


■42 


Dr. Betty T. Shepherd 


Mr. & Mrs. DavidJ. H. Stinson 


Mr. &Mrs. DurantVick 


The Hon. & Mrs. J. M.Willis, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lee Sheppard 


Dr. & Mrs. Sherrill W. Stockton, 


Mr. & Mrs. Carl von Isenburg 


■54 


Mr. & Mrs. P. M. Shiflett 


Jr. '63 


Mrs. Nancy T.Waddell 


Mr. & Mrs. Gerald F. Willman 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald C. Shiflett '46 


Dr. & Mrs. James B. Stone III 


The Rev. & Mrs. Anthony A. 


Dr. & Mrs. Philip P. Wilson '55 


Mr. & Mrs. Samuel S. Shiplett '68 


Mr. & Mrs. James L. Stoudt 


Wadsworth 


Mr. & Mrs. James W. Wilson III 


Mr. & Mrs. George B. Short 


Mr. & Mrs. Merrell L. Stout, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. John Wagner 


'41 


Mr. & Mrs. William F. Shu- 


Ms. Catherine Stovall 


Mr. &C Mrs. Herman B. Walker 


Mr. & Mrs. David G. Wilson, Jr. 


madine, Jr. '66 (T) 


Mr.W.T.StuchelLJr. 


'56 


'63 


Mr. & Mrs. John K. Shumate, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. David N. Suskind 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Walker, 


Mr. & Mrs. Norwood W. Wilson, 


Mrs. W. L. Shumate 


Mr. Dallas D. Swan, Jr. 


Sr. 


Jr. '45 


Mrs. Joseph W. Siewick 


Mr. & Mrs. James A. Sydnor '47 


Mrs. Jacqueline Wall 


Mrs. Barbara D. Wilt 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Silva 


Dr. & Mrs. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William B. Wall "50 


Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Wobus 


Dr. & Mrs. Juris Simanis 


'52 


Mrs. Daniel Wallace 


Mr. &Mrs.G. L.Woelper,Jr. 


Dr. & Mrs. L. Banks Simmons *57 


Mr. & Mrs. A. L. G. Taitague 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Wallace '61 


Mr. &Mrs. E.J.Wolanski 


Mr. Edgar H . Sims, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Tallagnon 


Dr. & Mrs. K. K. Wallace, Jr. '54 


Dr. & Mrs. James M. Wolcott, Jr. 


Mr. Wilbcrt B. Sivitcr 


Mr. & Mrs. John E. Talmadge 


Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Walsh 


•42 


Mrs. Janet L. Sketchiey 


Mrs. Anita Eanes Tanner 


Dr. & Mrs. J. W.Ward 


Mr. & Mrs. Albert A. Wolf 


Mr. & Mrs. James I. Slaydon, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Tapscott 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Ward 


Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Wood III 


•54 


Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. Taylor 


Mr. & Mrs. Earle R. Ware 11 '57 


'62 


Mrs. Glenn W. Small, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. George E. Taylor 


Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Lee Warnick 


Mrs. Susan D. Woodard 


Mr. & Mrs. Albert C. Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. Hubert S. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. John M. Warren 


Mr. & Mrs. James K. Woodley, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Gibson L. Smith 


'48 


Mr. & Mrs. J. K.Warren, Jr. 


•59 


Mr. & Mrs. Gregory L. Smith, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. James C. Taylor, Jr. 


Mr. Joseph Warren III 


Mr. & Mrs. James W. Woollcott 


Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence N. Smith 


'57 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Waterbuty 


Mr. & Mrs. Glenn T. Wootten 


•59 


Mr. & Mrs. M.Page Teer 


Mr. & Mrs. William F. Watkins, 


Mr. & Mrs. Peter Worthen 


Mr. & Mrs. Norman A. Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. James L. Thomas 


Jr. '48 


Mr. & Mrs. Calvin H. Wray 


Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Edward Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. William P. Thomason 


Mr. Douglas Watson 


Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Wray 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. John B. Thompson 


Mr. & Mrs. Roderick Watson 


Mr. & Mrs. George Wright '48 


Mrs. Sharon D. Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. Leonard M. 


Mr. Sc Mrs. T. Ashby Wans III 


Mr. & Mrs. James R. Wright 


Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Smith 


Thompson 


•57 


Mr. & Mrs. Noble D. Wrinkle, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Ellison Smyth, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Thompson 


Mr. &C Mrs. Lamar T. Webb 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Wurster 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Snead 


'47 


Mr. & Mrs. Lariy B. Wenger 


Mr. &Mrs.JackH.Wyatt 


Mr. & Mrs. Clifton L. Snidow, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Roy S. Thompson, Jr. 


Capt. & Mrs. William C. 


Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. Wyeth 


•37 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter D. Thompson 


Wheaton 


Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. Young 


Mr. & Mrs. Bruce W. Snyder 


Mr. & Mrs. Samuel M. Torian III 


The Rev. & Mrs. H. Van Wheeler 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Young 


Mr. & Mrs. Owen A. Snyder 


Mr. & Mrs. P. R. Trapani 


Mr. & Mrs. J. Kendall Whitaker, 


Dr. & Mrs. Charles H. Zimmer- 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Som- 


Mr. &C Mrs. Thomas S. Tredway 


Jr. '67 


man, Jr. 


mardahl, Sr. '63 


'62 


Mrs. Joanna K. White 


Mr. & Mrs. C. B. ZirWe. Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. Soukup 


Col. & Mrs. Paul S. Trible, Sr. 


Mrs. William T. White 


Mr. & Mrs. Leo T. Zoby. Jr. 


Mr. & Mr. W. David South 




2 














ij 













1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 






Anonymous 


FRTKSO: 

Dr. Julio Cortes 


S 1990-91 

Mr. Albert H. Gordon 


Mrs. Helen S. Lanier 


Mrs.AlfredA.Aclkins,Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Sam C. Cowan III 


Mr. W. Robert Grafton (T) 


Ms. Willie Ann Lansing 


Mr. T. W. Alexander 


Mrs. Sam Cowan, Jr. 


Miss Mary Agnes Grant 


Mr. Mark B. Law 


Mr. & Mrs. Horace Allen 


Mr. Edwin Cox Ill- 


Mr. Horace A. Gray III 


Ms. Elizabeth F. LcSueur 


Miss Louise Allen (S*) 


Mrs. John B. Cox, Jr. 


Dr. Charles R. Green 


Mr.S.E.Lilcs,Jr.HD'81 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Allen 


Dr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Coy (F) 


Mr. & Mrs. Shy S. Greenspan 


Mr. & Mrs. Woodtow P. 


Ms. Rowannetta S. Allen 


Dr. Charles G. Craddock 


Mrs. Millie Grenouillou (S) 


Lipscomb 


Ms. Vera J. Allen 


Mrs. Nellie P. Crawford (S) 


Mr. Paul L. Grier (S*) 


Mrs. Patricia P. Lockwood 


Mr. & Mrs. Vernon C. Allen 


Mrs. Kenner C. Crawley 


Dr. Richardson Grinnan 


Dr. Al Lombana 


Mr. & Mrs. William j. Allen 


Mrs. Roberta A. Crawley (S) 


Ms. Joan B. Gunnell 


Mrs. John B. Long 


Allen Reunion Fund 


Ms. E. Lois B. P. Creamer 


Mr. & Mrs. Briscoe Baldwin Guy 


Cadler Loth 


Dr. & Mrs. Ralph B. Allison 


Mrs. Charles W.Crist, Jr.. 


The Charles E. Hall Family 


Dr. Anne C. Lund (F) 


Mr. Robert B. Atkinson 


Dr. William C. Crow, Jr. 


Mrs. R.GarnertHall,Jr. 


Ms. Patricia D. Lust 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. Atkinson III 


Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Culley, Jr. (S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Lindy L. Hamlert 


Mrs. James B. MacPherson 


Mrs. Anne P. Ayres 


Dr. Virginius Dabney 


Mr. W. Neil Hammcrstrom 


Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Malmberg 


Dr. George F.Bagby. Jr. (F) 


Mrs. J. Lyons Davidson 


Mrs. Fred H. Hanbuty, Jr. 


Dr. David E. Marion (F) 


Mr.JohnBagbylll 


Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Richard De 


Mrs. A. Epes Harris, Jr. 


Mrs. Landon E. Marston 


Mr. Don Bagwell, Jr. 


Laney 


Dr. & Mrs. Steven M. Hart 


Mr. Lawrence H. Martin 


Mrs. Don P. Bagwell, Si. 


Mr. Anthony M. DeMuth, Jr. 


Mrs. Sudic P. Hawks 


Mr. & Mrs. S. A. Martin 


Mr. Paul S. Baker (S) 


Mr. Samuel B. Dees 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Hayden 


Mr. & Mrs. William P. Martin 


Mr. Harry Baldwin 


Mr. & Mrs. James W. Dennis 


Dr. Alexander Heard HD '81 


Mrs. James B. Massey, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Barnes, Jr. 


Miss Anna DickhofF 


Mrs. Mary Margaret Heaton 


Mr. & Mrs. John R McQenon 


Mr. & Mrs. B. Calvin Bass (S') 


Mrs. Alexander Donnan 


Dr. Sc Mrs. Ronald L. Heinemann 


Mrs. Jean Y.McKain(S) 


Mr. R. Lawrence Bassett 


Mr. R.T. Dooley,Jr. 


(F)(S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Caty Epcs McMurran 


Mr. & Mrs. Dana F. Baxter, Jr. 


Dr. Si Mrs. William F. Dorrill 


Mrs. J. Christopher Henderson 


Dr. Horst Meyer 


Mr. William M. Beard 


Mrs. CandiceJ. Dowdy 


Mrs. John Bell Henneman 


Mrs. Richard A. Michaux 


Mr. & Mrs. Herbert W. Benario 


Mrs. W. Linwood Draper 


Dr. Robert T. Herdegen III (F) 


Mr. Jon D. Mikalson 


Dr. & Mrs. J. Michael Berman (F) 


Mrs. Virginia Druen (S') 


Mrs. William R. Hill, Jr. 


Mr. Rodney B. Mitchell CD 


Dr. & Mrs. W. C. Bernhart 


Dr. & Mrs. Boiling S. DuBose, Jr. 


Mr. Ralph P. Hines 


Mrs. Carrie Moore (S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Biehn 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Dunbar, Sr. 


Dr. Paul W. Hodge HD '56 


Miss Hizabeth V. Moore 


Ms. Gertrude S. Bingham 


Miss Joan Eanes 


Dr. & Mrs. William C. Holbrook 


Mr. Gerald Morgan, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. John Birkland 


Mr. G. Berkeley Edmunds 


(FE) 


Mr. & Mrs. Dale L. Morris '69 


Mr. Frederic S. Bocock 


Mrs. Pocahontas W. Edmunds 


Miss Emilie C. Holladay 


Mr. & Mrs. John Stewart Morton, 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O. 


Mr. Richard C. Edmunds III 


Miss Genevieve V. Holladay 


Jr. 


Bondurant 


Mr. Sam D. Eggleston 


Dr. & Mrs. J. Daniel Huband 


Mrs. Thelma G. Motdey 


Mrs. Edward Dorsey Booker 


Mrs. Dorothy W.Elliott 


Mr. Edmunds S. Hudgins 


Dr. Paul H. Mueller (F) 


Mr. & Mrs. Lea Booth HD '83 


Mrs. Emmet R. Elliott (S*) 


Mr. George R. Irvin.Jr. 


Dr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Munoz 


Mrs. Hcrben C. Bradshaw 


Ms. Emma R. Farrar 


Dr. George D. Jackson HD '68 


Ms. Frieda E. Myers 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Bride 


Dr. & Mrs. Keith W. Fitch (S) 


The Rev. F. Washington Jarvis 


Joyce and Ron Nash 


Mr. Andrew C. Briuon 


Miss Julia B. Fleet 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Jerome 


Ms. Catherine H. Neale 


Ms. Jenilee Brookshire 


Mr. S. Douglas Fleet HD '80 (TE) 


Mr. & Mrs. J. Monroe Johns 


Dr. Mark T.Nelson (F) 


Patricia H. Bulifant and Family 


Dr. Elizabeth L. Flynn 


Mrs. Melville Johns 


Mr. & Mrs. David M. Northen 


Prof. Suzanne K. Bunting 


Mrs. Virginia Foran 


Mrs. William A. Johns 


Mr. Francis L. Nottingham 


Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph H. Bunzl 


Ms. Penelope Forrester 


Mrs. Charles G. Johnson 


Miss Alicia Novcy (S) 


Mr. EdwardJ.&mpbell 


Mrs. Carroll H. Fowlkes 


Ms. Debra J. Johnson (S) 


Mr. & Mrs. James M. O'Connor 


Mrs. Robert C. Garden, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Fox III 


Mr. & Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston 


Old Colony Envelope Company 


Dr. Gerald T. Carney (F) 


Mr. & Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. 


III 


Employees 


Mr. & Mrs. D. Rae Carpenter, Jr. 


Mrs. Patricia S. Francis 


Mr. N. C.Jones 


Dr. & Mrs. Francis T. Oliver 


Mr.&Mrs.JohnE.Carrlll 


Col. & Mrs. Gusuv H. Franke, Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Jones (S) 


Mrs. Francis L. Orgain 


Mrs. Eunice Carwile (S) 


(F)(S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Orville H.Jones, Jr. 


Miss Dorothy Ovcrcash 


Ms. Mabel R. Cason 


Mr. Brent M. Froberg 


Mrs. William R. Jones, Sr. 


Mr. K. D. Owen 


Mr. & Mrs. John Castleberry 


Mr.J. B. FuquaHD72(T) 


Mr. Bernard M. Kaplan 


Mr. & Mrs. Charies F. Pamepinto 


Ms. Betty N.Qark 


Mr. & Mrs. Forrest L. Gager, Jr. 


Kappa Sigma Fraternity 


Dr. Allen Pepple 


Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Glower, Jr. (F*) 


Mr. Blair C. Gammon 


Mr. Edwin L. Kennedy 


Mr. George M. Peters (S) 


Rosemary Glower 


Mrs. S. D. Gardner 


Mr. & Mrs. Warren Kernodle (S) 


Mr. & Mrs. Peyton M. Pollard 


Mrs. Charles E. Coc 


Miss Aniu Garland (S) 


Dr. James C. Kidd (F) 


Dr. James F. Pontuso (F) 


Mr. Lee M. Cohen (F) 


Dr. James B. Gates, Jr. 


Ms. E.Julian Killgore 


Dr. & Mrs. William Porterfield 


Mr. Henry E. Coleman, Jr. 


Mr.&Mrs.LH.Ginnlll 


Mr. &C Mrs. Steven Killgore 


(F)(S) 


Mr. Burnell Coles 


Mr. J. Edwin Givens 


Mrs. Robert W. King, Sr. 


Mr. & Mrs. William M. Powell 


Dr.J.ScottGolley(S) 


Mrs. Irene Glass 


Mr. Joseph C. Knakal, Jr. 


Dr. Roxann Prazniak (F) 


Mrs. H. Chilton Cook, Jr. 


Mrs. Marjorie P. Glenn 


-» 


I 

71 


Dr. & Mrs. Amos L. Laine (F) 


Mrs. G. S. Proctor 








3o 









Mr. Harold J. Protsman 

Mrs. Willis Putman 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Waverly Putney, Jr. 

Capt. & Mrs. Glenn H. Randall 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Raymond 

Mis. Ben Reed 

Mrs. W. Taylor Reveley II 

Mrs. Ann B. Reynolds 

Diana & Steven Rhoads (F) 

The Rev. & Mrs. John B. Rice 

Mrs. Arthur B. Richardson 

Dr. & Mrs. David W. Richardson 

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar L. Robbins 

Mrs. Susan P. Robbins (F) 

Dr. Joseph C. Robert 

Mr. John M. Roberts 

Mrs. Giles M. Robertson 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard C. Robertson 

Ms. Katherine T. Robertson 

Mrs. Shirley M. Robertson (S) 

Miss Anne A. Robinson 

Mrs. W. Gary Robinson, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Warren H. Robinson 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers (F) 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Mr. & Mrs. Fred Rosen 
Dr. & Mrs. Ralph Rossum (F) (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Rowland 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis M. Roy 
Mr. John C. Russell 
Dr. Mary M. Saunders (F) 
Dr. Leonard Schlup 
Dr. Charley Scott 
Mr. & Mrs. Ellery Sedgwick 
Colonel Dudley B. Seldcn 
Ms. Isabel Shechner 
Ms. Zelma P. Sheffield 
Mr. &C Mrs. Alexander C. Short 
Mr. &C Mrs. Robert M. Showalter 
Mr. & Mrs. Wallace R. Shows 
Dr. & Mrs. FrankJ. Simes (F*) 
Dr. HerbertJ. Sipe,Jr. (F) 
Mrs. H. Maxcy Smith 
Dr. & Mrs. Homer A. Smith, Jr. 
Mr. Frederick Lewis Smyre, Jr. 
Mrs. Henry M. Snead, Jr. 
Society of Cincinnati in the State 
ofVirginia 



Mrs. John C. Steck 

Mrs. William J. Steed 

Mrs. Frances Pugh Steinheimer 

Mrs. Helen T. Stroud 

Ms. Grace E. Suttle 

Ms. Elise H. Switz 

Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. 

Mrs. Martha J. Taylor 

Dr. & Mrs. F. B. Thomas 

The Rev. William E. Thompson 

(S) 
Dr. Norman R. Tingle 
Mrs. Lois K. Toms 
Ms. Karen D. TrefFinger 
Dr. C. Wayne Tucker (F) 
Dr. John M. Turner III 
Union Theological Seminary in 

Virginia 
Mr. &Mrs.T. C.Vaiden,Jr. 
Mr. John H. Varner 
Mrs. Martha H. Vaughan 
Mrs. Richard M. Venable, Jr. 
Mrs. Virginia Venable-Rapp 



Virginia Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution 
Ms. Judith F. Vogelback 
Mrs. George F. Walker 
Mrs. William W. Walton 
Mrs. John Hardy Waters III (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. Watkins, Sr. 
Ms. Helen O. Whaley 
Mrs. Uigh C. Whaley, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William K. Whidden, 

Jr. (S) 
Ms. Martha F. Whitehead 
Mrs. Francis Whitehouse 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Whitter 
Captain Quentin E. Wilhelmi 
Mrs. J. Harvie Wilkinson, Jr. 
Mr. F.D. Williams, Jr. 
Mrs. Holman Willis, Jr. 
Mr. G.M.Wolfe 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Wolfe 
Mr. Vernon C. Womack 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas M. Young 
Mrs. W. Jorgensen Young 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis L. Zakas 



Gifts by Alumni Club, 1990-91 



Club 

Richmond 

D.C. 

Tidewater 

Roanoke 

Lynchburg 

East Carolina 

Charlottesville 

Peninsula 

Petersbui^ 

Piedmont 

Charleston 

Danville 



Solicitable 
Alumni 

1190 
535 
491 
304 
206 
245 
161 
166 
101 
121 
123 
60 



Alumni 


Alumni 


Parents & 


P&F 


Club 


'articipation 


Dollars 


Friends 


Dollars 


Total 


55.6% 


$248,056 


101 


$67,969 


$316,025 


41.3 


45,358 


60 


16,330 


61,688 


48.4 


55,272 


57 


10,361 


65,633 


50.6 


41,733 


33 


4572 


46,305 


52.9 


24,050 


23 


4045 


28,095 


46.1 


19,738 


31 


6935 


26,673 


46.0 


15,493 


13 


1075 


16,568 


51.2 


31,027 


17 


3185 


34,212 


65.4 


22,580 


13 


1650 


24,230 


48.8 


13,235 


24 


5860 


19,095 


61.5 


8230 


7 


320 


8550 


60.0 


4,445 


10 


755 


5200 



37 









1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 










CORPOR 

AMR/American Airlines 


ATF, MATC 

The Coca-Cola Company 


HIS G GIF! 

Johnson & Higglns of Virginia 


:S 1990-91 

Rhone-Poulenc Rorcr, Inc. 






Foundation 


Connecticut Mutual Life 


The KIplinger Foundation, Inc. 


Ryder System Charitable 






AT&T Foundation 


Contel Corporation 


Kraft General Foods 


Foundation, Inc. 






Abbott Laboratories Fund 


Continental Corporation 


Lawyers Title Insurance 


The Salomon Foundation, Inc 






Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation 


Foundation 


Corporation 


Shawmut National Corporation 






Air Products & Qiemicals Inc. 


Crestar Bank 


Life of Virginia 


Shearson Lehman Hutton 






Albany International Corp 


Crum & Forster Corporation 


Lincoln National Corporation 


Shell Companies Foundation 






Allied-Signal Foundation 


Dominion Batikshates 


Thomas J. Lipton Foundation, 


Signet BankA'Irglnia 






Allstate Foundation 


Dominion Resources 


Inc. 


SmIthKline Beckman Foundation 






American Cyanamid 


The Dun & Bradstreet 


Marlon Merrell Dow, Inc. 


The Sonat Foundation 






American Express Foundation 


Corporation Foundation 


Marsh & McLennan Companies 


Sovran Foundation, Inc. 






American Home Products 


The Equitable Foundation 


Martin Marletu Corporation 


Sttte Farm Companies 






Corporation 


Equitable Real Estate Investment 


The McGraw-Hill Foundation, 


Foundation 






The American Tobacco Company 


Ernst &C Young Foundation 


Inc. 


State Mutual Life Assurance Co. 






Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. 


Ethyl Corporation 


The Mead Corporation 


Sterling Drug Inc. 






Appalachian Power Company 


Exxon Education Foundation 


Foundation 


Student Loan Marketing 






BASF Corporation 


Fidelity Union Life 


Merrill Lynch & Co. 


Association 






Baltimore Gas & Electric 


First Atlanta Foundation 


Miillken & Company 


Syntex Laboratories 






Company 


First Bank System Foundation 


Mobil Foundation, Inc. 


Tcnneco, Inc. 






Bank of Boston Corporation 


First Maryland Foundation, Inc. 


Monsanto Fund 


Texaco, Inc. 






Barclays Bank PLC 


First Union National Bank 


NCNB Corporation 


Thiokol Corporation 






Bassett- Walker, Inc. 


First Virginia Bank 


Nalco Chemical Company 


Towers Perrin 






Beatrice Foundation 


Ford Motor Co.Fund 


Nationwide Foundation 


The Travelers Companies 






Bell Adantic 


GEICO 


The New England 


Trust Company Bank 






L. M. Berry and Company 


GenCorp Foundation 


Nissan Motor Corporation 


Union Camp Corporation 






Best Products Foundation 


The General Electric Foundation 


Norfolk Southern Foundation 


Union Pacific Corporation 






Bituminous Insurance Companies 


General Mills Foundation 


Northeast Utilitites Service 


Unisys Corporation 






Bowater Incorporated 


Georgia-Pacific Corporation 


Northern Telecom Inc. 


United States Fidelity & Guaranty 






Burlington Industries Foundation 


W. W. Grainger, Inc. 


Northwestern Mutual 


United Technologies 






C & P Telephone 


The Guardian Life Trust 


Paine Webber Inc. 


Universal Leaf Foundation 






CIGNA Foundation 


The HCA Foundation 


Pepsico Foundation 


Virginia Fibre Corporation 






CSX Corporation 


Hackney Brothers, Inc. 


Philip Morris, Inc. 


Virginia Power 






Carolina Power 


Harriet & Henderson Yarns, Inc. 


Phillips Driscopipe, Inc. 


WAYNECO Enterprises 






The Centel Foundation 


Harris Bank Foundation 


Piedmont Trust Bank 


Wachovia Bank 






Champion International 


Harris Foundation 


Pitney Bowes 


Warner-Lambert Co. 






Corporation 


Hercules, Inc. 


T. Rowe Price Associates 


Waste Management Inc. 






Chemical Bank 


Hoechst Celanese Corporation 


Foundation, Inc. 


Westinghouse Foundation 






Chesapeake Corporation 


Hughes Aircraft Company 


The Procter & Gamble Fund 


Westvaco Foundation 






Foundation 


Humana Hospital University of 


Provident Mutual 


Wheat First Securities, Inc. 






Cheseb rough-Pond's 


Louisville 


Prudential Foundation 


Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc. 






Chevron USA, Inc. 


Humana, Inc 


Public Service Electric & Gas Co. 


The Xerox Foundation 






Chubb & Son, Inc. 


Humaneering International, Inc. 


Purina Mills, Inc. 








Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust 


ICI Americas, Inc. 


R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. 








Company 


International Business Machines 


Raytheon Company 








The Citizens and Southern Fund 


Corporation 


The RREEF Funds 








The Citizens and Southern 


James River Corporation 


Reader's Digest Foundation, Inc. 








National Bank of S. C. 


Jefferson Pilot Corporation 


Reynolds Metals Company 








Foundation 


Johnson & Higglns 


Foundation 












3 


8 






m 








3 













1990-91 HONOR F 






1 




1 


BUSINESSES 1990-91 


Andrews, Large & Whiddcn, Inc. 
Caldwell & Gregory, Inc. 
The Centel Foundation 
Central Fidelity Banks, Inc. 
Chippenham OB-GYN Associates 
Essex Financial, Inc. 
Ethyl Corporation 
Farmers Cooperative, Inc. 


The Farmville Herald, Inc. 
Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 
First Federal Savings Bank 
First Virginia Bank Southside 
General Elevator Company, Inc. 
Gentry, Locke, Rakes & Moore 
The Flitchin' Post 


Johnson & Higgins of Virginia 
Lowe, Brockenb rough, Tierncy & 

Tancrsall 
Lynn Camp Coal Corp 
Nelson-Roanoke Corp 
Newport News Shipbuilding 
Petersburg Eye Center, Ltd. 


Research Corporation 
Scon & Stringfellow 
Signet Bank/Virginia 
Southern Air, Inc. 
Sovran Bank NA 
Taylor Brothers, Inc. 
Universal Leaf Foundation 


FOUSDATIOSS 1990-91 


Anonymous 

E. Rhodes and Leona B. 

Carpenter Foundation 
A. E. Fintey Foundation, Inc. 
The Florence Gould Foundation 
Richard and Caroline T. 

Gwathmey Memorial Trust 
Francena T. Harrison Foundation 

Trust 
Warren W. Hobbie Charitable 

Trust 


The Huston Foundation 
William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable 

Trust 
Kiefer Foundation 
Helen S. Lanier Foundation, Inc. 
Longwood College Foundation, 

Inc. 
Charles P. & Marion G. Lunsford 

Charitable Trust 
Missionary Emergency Fund, Inc. 
Norfolk Foundation 


William G. Pannill Foundation 
The Paxsano Family Foundation 
The Prcsser Foundation 
C. E. Richardson Benevolent 

Foundation 
Charles Robertson Foundation 
Roller-Bottimore Foundation 
Harry L. Rosenbaum Foundation 
Rousc-Bottom Foundation, Inc. 
Seth Sprague Educational & 

Charitable Foundation 


The Algernon Sydney Sullivan 

Foundation 
The Teagle Foundation 

Incorporated 
The Titmus Foundation, Inc. 
The Virginia Foundation for 

Independent Colleges 


CHURCHES 1990-91 


Myers Park Presbyterian Church, 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Saint Giles' Presbyterian Church, 
Richmond, Virginia 


Second Presbyterian Church, 
Roanoke, Virginia 


Smith Patterson Old Street Bible 
Class, Second Presbyterian 
Church, Colonial 
Heigh ts,Virginia 


The Synod of the Mid-Adantic 
Women of the Church, First 
Presbyterian Church, 
Martinsville, Virginia 






L^ 







HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



VFIC DESIGNATED GIFTS 1990-91 



BeazJey Foundation 

Lea Booth 

Ruth Camp Campbell 

Foundation 
First Federal Savings Bank 
Charles A. FrueaufF Foundation 



J.J. Haines Foundation, Inc. 
Robert W. Lawson, Jr. 
S. E. Lilcs, Jr. 

Maurice L. Mednick Memorial 
Fund 



Marietta McNeill Morgan and 

Samuel Tate 

Morgan, Jr. Foundation 
Norfolk Southern 
C. E. Richardson Benevolent 

Foundation 



William H., John C, Emma Scott 

Foundation 
Scars- Roebuck 
Tcnneco 
United Parcel Service 



BEQUESTS 1990-91 



Doris S. Ames 
Edna Bain 
Lillian M. Barrett 
Irene Merrill Bittinger 



James B. Bowers, Jr. 
Edward L. Breeden, Jr. 
Frances Denny 



Richard C. Edmunds '25 
Sue Gordon Frazer 
Edmonia C. L. Metcalf 



Mary Morton Parsons 
Sydnor Y. Priddy 
Evelyn F. Thomas 



GOVERNMENT 1990-91 



Council of Higher Education 



Virginia Commission for the Arts 



40 



1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



SCHOLARSHIP & MEMORIAL FUNDS 1990-91 



D. MAURICE ALLAN MEMORLU LECTURESHIP 
Dr. Robert P. Barrell '40 
Dr. Cietus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

EDWARD W., WILLIAM D., MARY A. AND SUSAN R ALLEN 

SCHOIARSHIP 
Mr. William D. Allen, Jr. '43 

JAMES ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP 

Allen Reunion Fund 

Mr. & Mrs. Horace Allen 

Miss Louise Allen (S*) 

Ms. Rawannetta S. Allen 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon C. Allen 

Mr, & Mrs. William J. Allen 

Ms. Emma R Farrar 

Mr. & Mrs Charles P. Pamepinto 

Mr. & Mrs. Willaim M. Powell 

Mrs. Jesse F. Roberts, Jr. 

Ms. Karen D. TrefFmger 

Virginia Daughters of the American Revolution 

Ms. Martha F. Whitehead 

Mr. & Mrs. William G. Whitter 

P. TULANE AND ESTHER THOMAS ATKINSON 

SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. W. Neil Hammerstrom 

DON P. BAGWELL SR '35 SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. Don Bagwell, Jr. 
Mrs. Don P. Bagwell, Sr. 

BERNARD E. AND EDNA B. BAIN SCHOLARSHIP 

Estate of Edna Bain 

Mr. Peter A. Lcggen '68 (T) 

JOSEPH DOSSIE AND LACEY RAWLINGS BARKLEY 

SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
The Reverend Lundy M. Barkley '38 

FRANK CLEVELAND AND LENA REEKES BEDINGER 

SCHOIARSHIP 
Mr. Frank C. Bedinger, Jr. '37 
Dr. & Mrs. William C. Finch '29 HD '55 
Mr. & Mrs. Woodrow P. Lipscomb 

RAYMOND B. AND DOROTHY ROUSE BOTTOM 

SCHOLARSHIP 
Rouse-Bottom Foundation, Inc. 

HERBERT C. BRADSHAW LIBRARY FUND 
Mrs. Herbert C. Bradshaw 

DAVID P. BRUCE MEMORL\L FUND 
Dr. Anne C. Lund (F) 

JOSL\H BUNTING III AND DIANA CUNNINGHAM BUNTING 

SCHOIARSHIP 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Banning (T) 
Essex Financial, Inc. 



CENTEL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 
The Centel Foundation 

CENTRAL FIDELITY SCHOLARSHIP 
Central Fidelity Banks, Inc. 

CHEWNING MATH AWARD 
Mr. William C. Chewning '41 

WILLIAM C, CHEWNING, JR. SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Dr. Remus S. Turner, Jr. '67 

EDMUND MADISON CHITWOOD, JR MEMORL\L 

SCHOLARSHIP 
Dr. Walter R Chitwood '41 

NELSON W. COE SCHOLARSHIP 
Mrs. Charles E. Coe 

CRAWLEY BOOK FUND FOR AMERICAN LITERATURE 
Mr. Peter A. Leggen (T) 
Mr. John E. Pappas '60 

EDMUND BAKER DAVENPORT MEMORL«lL SCHOLARSHIP 

FUND 
Mr. J. Meade Wright '51 

H. H. AND R C. EDMUNDS SCHOIARSHIP 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Barnes, Jr. 

Mr. E. Dorsey Broker '26 — deceased 

Mr. James N. Boyd '58 

Mr.J, P. McGuireBoyd'64 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Michaux Buchanan '52 

Mr. Edwin Cox III 

Dr. Charles G. Craddock 

Mr. G. Berkeley Edmunds 

Mrs. Pocahontas W. Edmunds 

Estate of Richard C. Edmunds '25 

Mr. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. '53 

Mr. Richard C. Edmunds 111 

Mrs. Carroll H. Fowlkes 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. L H. Ginn III 

Mr. & Mrs. Briscoe Baldwin Guy 

The Charles E. Hall Family 

Mr. & Mrs. R Garnett Hall, Jr. '62 

Mr. R Garnett Hall, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston III 

Dr. Lewis D.Johnston, Jr. '42 

Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Maloney III 

Joyce and Ron Nash 

Mr. & Mrs. David M. Northen 

Mr. & Mrs. Peyton M. Pollard 

Mr. Giles M. Robertson '27 

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Rowland 

Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60 (T) 

Mrs. Martha H. Vaughan 

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis L. Zakas 



41 





HAMPnF.N-.SYnNF.Y COLLRCR 




H. SPENCER EDMUNDS SCHOLARSHIP 


1 
SCOTT GOODMAN SCHOLARSHIP 


Second Presbyterian Church, Roanoke, Virginia 


Mrs. Helen Lanier 




Helen S. Lanier Foundation, Inc. 


WILLIAM FITZGERALD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 




St. Giles' Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia 


JOHN SHEPPERSON GRANT SCHOLARSHIP 




Miss Mary Agnes Grant 


S. DOUGLAS FI FF.T SCHOLARSHIP 




Miss Julia B. Fleet 


RANDOLPH BRYAN GRINNAN MEMORL\L SCHOLARSHIP 




Mrs. R Bryan Grinnan, Jr. 


FRANKE GOLF FUND 


Dr. Richardson Grinnan 


Mr. jefF Adams 75 




Mr. Richard D. Anke 73 


THE HARDIN SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. R. David Anthony '77 


Mr. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. (T) 


Mr. Charles T. Baskervill 75 




Mr. GaryJ.Beck'79 


EPES HARRIS '46 SCHOLARSHIP FUND 


Mr. James L. Beckner '68 


Dr. John D. Beall '47 


Mr. C. Hunter Bendall 76 


Dr. Frank M. Blanton "43 


Mr. James W. Bolton, Jr. '76 


The Rev. Robert Bluford, Jr. '45 


Mr. William J. Elliott IV '75 


Dr.JohnB. Catlen'43 


Mr. Walter M. Engle '42 


Chippenham OB-GYN Associates 


Mr. Woodroff G. Fitzhugh "74 


Mr. Robert C. Coleburn '44 


Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. '42 


Mr. T. Frank Crowder '45 


Mr. Mark M. Gambill 72 


The Rev. James E. Drinkard '49 


Mr. Matthew E. Gormly III '81 


Mr. Malcombe Rust Foley '45 


Mr. WUIiam E. Harrison '81 


The Hon. Ernest P. Gates '45 


Mr. Robert R. Hancn '69 


Dr. Frederick T. Given, Jr. '49 


Mr. Frank L. Home, Jr. '77 


Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45 


Mr. William B. Howard '77 


Mr. R. Archer Hardy '27 


Dr. Samuel M. Janney II '73 


Mrs. A. Epcs Harris, Jr. 


Mr. Michael T. Kotelec '76 


Dr. John Q. Hatten '44 


Dr. William I. Lee '71 


Mr.A. MilanHitt,Jr. "50 


Mr. James G. Mackcy, Jr. '68 


Mr. William A. Hunter '50 


Mr. David A. Martin 73 


Dr. W. Roben Irby '43 


Mr. Steven W. Melhorn 78 


Mr. Ben I. Johns '44 


Dr. Wallace C. Nunley, Jr. '69 


Dr. EdwinL. Kendig,Jr. '32 


Mr. Stephen L. Owen '74 


Dr. W. Austin McClellan '46 


Mr. G.Michael Pace, Jr. 79 


Mr. Neale H. Oliver '46 


Mr. Jon A. Pace '82 


Dr. Thomas P. Overton '48 


Mr. Frank L. Pegram 79 


Petersburg Eye Center, Ltd. 


Mr. Samuel Wills Purviance 71 


Colonel Robert T. Richmond '44 


Mr. Milton P. Reid II '68 


Mr. C. Wilson Rives '48 


Dr. Vance C. Shields 72 


Mr. P. Warren Spradey. Jr. '49 


Mr. Stewart M. Sigler '80 


Dr. Norman R, Tingle 


Mr. Clyde Arthur Smith, Jr. '69 


Dr. Frederick L. Troxel 77 


Mr. William C. Thompson '66 


Mr. William B. Wall '50 


Mr. J. Gray Turtle '76 


Dr. Robert B.Webb, Jr. '47 


Mr.JamesM. Vest,Jr. '50 


Mr. Frederick W. Young, Jr. '44 


Mr. Michael Waller '82 


Mr. Walter H.Young '49 


Mr. John W.Wright 71 




Mr. Christopher L. Yates '73 


FRANCENA T. AND ROBERT C. HARRISON TRAVELING 




SCHOLARSHIP 


GEORGE C. "CHIP" FREEMAN III MEMORL\L SCHOLARSHIP 


Francena T. Harrison Foundation Trust 


Mr. & Mrs. George C. Freeman, Jr. '52 






ROSELYN C. HINES MEMORL\L SCHOLARSHIP 


J. STOKELEY FULTON SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. Ralph P. Hines 


Lt. Col. Edwin J. Andrews, Jr. '54 




Mr. Stephen E. Baril 77 


GLADYSEJ. HOLLAND SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr. Matthew T. Dill '83 


Dr. Clarence A. Holland '52 


Mr. Clayton W. Eisinger '60 


Mr.&Mrs.R. J. Holland 


Mr. Lewis C. Everen '63 




Mr. William B. Hanes '63 


C. RANDOLPH HUDGINS SCHOLARSHIP 


Mr.J.WillardKirklll '72 


Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. '46 


Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 




Mr. James R Pickens '66 


ALBERT S. AND VIRGINIA P. JOHNSON MEMORL^lL FUND 


Dr. Philip P. Wilson '55 


Mr. Robert D. Johnson '36 


FLORENCE ROBERTSON GIVENS SCHOLARSHIP 


EMILY AND LAWRENCE KENDIG BOOK FUND ' 


Dr. & Mrs. David W. Richardson 


Dr. Edwin L. Kendig, Jr. '32 


Charles Robertson Foundation 


/. 










4z 







1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



ROBERT W. KING, SR '18 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mr. & Mrs. RT. Doolcy. Jr. 
Mr. Robert W.King, Jr. "52 
Mrs. Robert W. King, Sr. 

LAWSON/JOHNSTON BOOK FUND 
Dr. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. '42 
Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 

THE LEGGETT SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 

GRANGER AND ANNE MACFARLANE SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Granger MacFarianc 

JAMES J. MARSHALL, JR. SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. '34 

WILLLAM P. "BILLr AND MARY LOU MARTIN SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. Martin 

JAMES BUCKNER MASSEY SCHOLARSHIP 
Dr. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Trotter '35 

MCGUIRE-BOYD SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. James N. Boyd '58 
Mr. J. P. McGuIre Boyd '64 
Mr. Lewis C. Everett '63 

RICHARD A. MICHAUX SCHOLARSHIP 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. Michaux '34 

MISSIONARY AND MINISTERL«iL SCHOIARSHIP 
Missionary Emergency Fund, Inc. 

JOHN A. MOORE MEMORL\L FUND 
Miss Elizabeth V. Moore 

FRANCIS I. NOTTINGHAM SCHOLARSHIP 

Ms. Betty N. Clark 

Mr. Francis L. Nottingham 

MAURICE NOTTINGHAM, JR. SCHOIARSHIP 
Dr. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. '56 

WALIACE C. NUNLEY SCHOLARSHIP 
Dr. Wallace C. Nunley '44 
Dr. Wallace C. Nunley, Jr. '69 

THEODORE G. OFFTERDINGER, JR. AND VIRGINLA C. 

WILLIAMSON SCHOIARSHIP 
Dr. H.Nelson Gustin III 74 
Mr. Peter A. Leggett '68 (T) 
Mr. Theodore G. Offterdingcr '41 

HINTON BAXTER OVERCASH SCHOIARSHIP 
Miss Dorothy Overcash 
Dr. Marvin W. Scott '59 
Dr. Elam C. Toone, Jr. '29 

RICHARD C. PARKER SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. Richard C. Parker '81 (T) 

PHILIP MORRIS SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. Andrew C. Britton 

ROBERT PORTERFIELD AWARD 
Dr. Stephen C. Coy (F) 



POWELL SCHOLARSHIP 
Dr. Jack H.Powell 
Dr.J. H.Powell III 73 

WILLIAM T. PUGH MEMORLAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mr. Peter A. Leggen '68 (T) 
Mrs. Frances Pugh Steinheimer 

PHILLIP ROPP LIBRARY MEMORLAL FUND 
Mr. John E. Pappas '60 
Dr. Cletus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

SCOTT AND STRINGFELLOW SCHOIARSHIP 
Scott and Stringfellow 

THE REVEREND GLENN W. SMALL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
The Rev. Glenn W. Small, Jr. '63 
Mrs. Glenn W. Small, Sr. 

REGINALD G. SMITH SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. William R Gardner, Jr. '57 
Mr. Peter A. Leggen '68 (T) 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers 

RICHARD "RICK" OWEN SNYDER '74 SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Dr. Christopher James '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Owen A. Snyder 

SPALDING PROFESSORSHIP 

Mrs. S. D. Gardner 

Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60 (T) 

ALGERNON SYDNEY SULLIVAN SCHOIARSHIP 
The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation 

GRAVES H. THOMPSON PROFESSORSHIP 

Mr. W. KirbyArnall'87 

The Rev. Dr. Marvin K. Compher '37 

Mr. G. Gilmer Craddock '38 

Mr. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. '37 

Dr. E. Ciaybrook Griffith '36 

Mr. John E. Mansfield '79 

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Peebles, Jr. 

Mr. Walter C. Scott '39 

Mr. C. Daniel Shelburne '36 

GRAVES H. THOMPSON SCHOIARSHIP 

Mr. David T. Beasley '78 

Mr. Richard H. Blank. Jr. '78 

Mr. Ben G.Brown '78 

Dr. George K. Bumgardncr 78 

Mr. David M. Clough 78 

Mr. Thomas M. Crowder 78 

Mr. Dabney M. Daniel '78 

Mr. Donald R. Dorey '78 

Mr. Steve G. Green '78 

Mr. Lawrence D. Hamnett 78 

Mr. Robert G. Harper '38 

Mr. James M. Jones III '78 

Mr. Craig P. Kicly 78 

Mr. David H. LaMoue 78 

Mr. William S. Moore 78 

Mr. Edward V.O'Hanlan '78 

Mr. Thomas W. Osgood '78 

Mr.JohnN. Park,Jr. 78 

Mr. P. Tulane Patterson '78 

Dr. Robert H. Ramey, Jr. '51 HD 77 

Mr. William D. Redd '78 

Mr. Robert M. Richardson '38 



43 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



Mr. Paul E. Smith 78 
Dr. Edward P. Snyder 78 
Mr. Herbert R. Stokes '40 
Mr. Brian M. Thurston 78 
Mr. Robert M. Wilson 78 

LEILA B. THOMPSON ETA SIGMA PHI lATIN PRIZE 

Mr. Michael J. Adelman 70 

Mr. Stephen E. Baril 77 

Mr. & Mrs. B. Calvin Bass (S*) 

Mr. &C Mrs. Herbert W. Benario 

Mr.JohnLBrinkley'59(F) 

Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Bunting III 

Dr. Lewis H. Drew '60 (S) 

Dr.W. Keith Eubank, Jr. '42 

Mr. Gregory W. Feldmann '79 

Mr. Brent M. Frobcrg 

Mr.ChariesA. Habich.Jr. 75 

Mr. Lawrence H. Hoover, Jr. '56 

Dr. Donald W. Houpe '63 

The Rev. Charles R. Hu^es, Jr. '50 

The Rev. Dr. John M. Irvine, Jr. '49 

Mr. J. Bruce James '53 

Dr. O. W. Ucy '47 

Mr. Eddie R. Lowry, Jr. '68 

Dr. Russell G. McAllister, Jr. '63 

Mr. Jon D. Mikalson 

Mr. D. Robert Mower, Jr. '61 

Mr. Raymond D. Parks '82 

Mr. Bradley J. Parsons '78 

Dr. & Mrs. William Porterfield (F) (S) 

Mr. Frank B. Pyott '86 

Ms. Katherine T. Robertson 

The Rev. J. Shepherd Russell, Jr. '51 HD '85 

Dr. Maty M. Saunders (F) 



Mr. N. Hartley Schearer, Jr. '68 

Dr. John B. Schug '52 

Dr. Kenneth N. Scott '63 

Mr. William J. Seegers '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander C. Short 

Dr. & Mrs. Homer A. Smith, Jr. 

Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60 CD 

Mr. James L. Thompson 74 

Dr. C. Wayne Tucker (F) 

Mr. Sc Mrs. John Hardy Waters III "58 (S) 

Dr. & Mrs. Francis Whitehouse 

E. LEE TRINKLE AND HELEN BALL TRINKLE DISTINGUISHED 

PROFESSORSHIP 
Mr. Greene H. Lawson, Jr. '67 
Mrs. Helen T. Stroud 

WEST VIRGINIA SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. RalphD. Keightley,Jr.'45 
Mr. William C. Keightley 75 
Dr. Lawrence B. Kelly 74 
Mr. Richard H. Merrill '70 
Mr. John R. Mitchell, Jr. 77 
Dr. William G. Sale lir62 
Mr. J. Christopher Thomas 71 

JOSEPH M. AND JOSEPHINE B. WHITE SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. J. Shelby White '5(S 
Dr. Paul F. White '60 

JESSIE REAMES YOUNG AND CHARLES REAMES YOUNG 

SCHOIARSHIP 
Mr. Frederick W. Young, Jr. "44 



44 



t 



1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



MEMORIAL GIFTS 1990-91 



IN MEMORY OF D. MAURICE ALLAN '18 
Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 
Dr. Clctus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF THE REVEREND GEORGE A. ANDERSON '37 
The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson, Jr. '41 

IN MEMORY OF P. TULANE ATKINSON '07 
Mr. Harrison Hancock '38 

IN MEMORY OF DR BERNARD E. BAIN 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Crist, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. ANGELA BAKER 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers (F) 

IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH J. BASILONE '50 
Mr. John E. Basilone '85 

IN MEMORY OF DR WILLIAM A. BEVACQUA '26 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren H. Robinson 

IN MEMORY OF DR CHAPMAN H. BINFORD '23 
Mr. Harrison Hancock *38 

IN MEMORY OF PROFESSOR HENRY BITTINGER 
Estate of Irene Merrill Bittinger 

IN MEMORY OF EDWARD DORSEY BOOKER '26 
Mr. R Lawrence Bassett 
Ms. Gertrude S. Bingham 
Mrs. Edward Dorsey Booker 

IN MEMORY OF FRANK E. BOOKER, JR '40 
Mrs. Edward Dorsey Booker 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. RAYMOND B. BOTTOM, SR 
Mrs. P. T. Atkinson (S) 

IN MEMORY OF EDWARD L. BREEDEN. JR 
Dr. William S. Foreman, Jr. '51 

IN MEMORY OF W. CECIL CARPENTER, JR '42 
Mr. William T. Covington, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. G. L. Fosque, Jr. 
Dr.JohnT. Goodclir40 
The Honorable William B. Spong,Jr. '4l 
Mr. James L. Trinkle '50 (T) 

IN MEMORY OF S. BOOKER CARTER 
Dr. QetusM. Sellers, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF LEWIS G. CHEWNING '27 
Mr. Peter A. Leggctt '68 (T) 

IN MEMORY OF CARTER LAMBERT COGHILL '50 
Mr. Harrison Hancock '38 
Mr. D. Simpson Tomkies '50 

IN MEMORY OF DR. C. W. COPPEDGE 
Mr. Robert W. Carter '59 



IN MEMORY OF PAUL TULANE CRADDOCK '41 
Mr. Claiborne W. Craddock '46 

IN MEMORY OF KENNER C. CRAWLEY '32 
Mrs. Kenner C. Crawley 

IN MEMORY OF T. EDWARD CRAWLEY '41 
Mrs. Roberta A. Crawley (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Crist, Jr. '66 
Dr. H.Nelson Gustin III 74 
Mr. John E. Pappas '60 
Dr. Cletus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF ERNEST GARY DAVIS, JR '53 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Bruce James '53 
Old Colony Envelope Company Employees 
Mr. & Mrs. Giles M. Robertson '27 

IN MEMORY OF A. FLEET DILL\RD '33 
Mr. Thomas S. Word, Jr. '59 

IN MEMORY OF HERMAN L DUNCAN 
Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. '50 

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM C. DUVALL, JR '38 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Gilliam, Jr. "39 

IN MEMORY OF RICHARD COLES EDMUNDS '25 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Barnes, Jr. 
Mr. E. Dorsey Booker "IG— deceased 
Mr. James N. Boyd '58 
Mr.J. P. McGuireBoyd'64 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Michaux Buchanan *52 
Mr. Edwin Cox III 
Dr. Charles G. Craddock 
Mr. G. Berkeley Edmunds 
Mrs. Pocahontas W. Edmunds 
Mr. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. '53 
Mr. Richard C. Edmunds III 
Mrs. Orroli H. Fowlkes 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. 
Mr.&Mis. LH.Ginnlll 
Mr. & Mrs. Briscoe Baldwin Guy 
The Charles E. Hall Family 
Mr. & Mrs. R Garnect Hall, Jr. '62 
Mr. R Garnett Hall, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Bruce James '53 
Mr. & Mrs. Hooks K. Johnston III 
Dr. Lewis D.Johnston, Jr. '42 
Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Maloney III 
Joyce and Ron Nash 
Mr. & Mrs. David M. Northen 
Mr. & Mrs. Peyton M. Pollard 
Mr. & Mrs. Giles M. Robertson '27 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Rowland 
Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60 (T) 
Mrs. Martha H. Vaughan 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis L. Zakas 



45 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 



IN MEMORY OF JEFFREY N. FRIEND '84 
Mr. Thomas U. Warren '84 

IN MEMORY OF J. STOKELEY FULTON '59 

Mr. Robert M. Johnson '53 
Dr. J. Bruce Taylor 74 

IN HONOR OF WILSON B. GARNETT 
Ccntel Foundation 

IN MEMORY OF CHARLES P. GILLESPIE '23 
Mrs. George F. Walker 

IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH STRAS GILLESPIE '25 
Mrs. Joseph S. Gillespie 

IN MEMORY OF JOHN SHEPPERSON GRANT '32 
Miss Mary Agnes Grant 

IN MEMORY OF S. H. HAMLETT 1896 
Mrs. H. Chilton Cook, Jr. 

IN MEMORY OF DAVID M. HAW '81 
Mr. Thomas M. Davis '81 
Mr. J. Sheppard Haw III "78 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. EDNA HAWKS 
Patricia H. Bulifant and Family 
Miss Joan Eanes 
Mrs. Sadie P. Hawks 

IN MEMORY OF ERNEST BECKWITH HAWKS 
Mrs. P. T. Atkinson (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L Bride 
Lori Bulifant 
Julie Bulifant 
Patricia Bulifant 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Dunbar Sr. 
Miss Joan Eanes 
Mrs. Sadie P. Hawks 
Judith Poole 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard C. Robertson 
Ms. Zclma P. Sheffield 
Smith Patterson Old Street Bible Qass, 

Second Presbyterian Church, 

Colonial Heights, Virginia 

IN MEMORY OF ROBERT T. HUBARD '35 
Mr. R. Stedman Oakey, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. BERNARD (CAROLYN) JACKSON 
Mrs. Glenn W. Small Sr. 
The Reverend Glenn W. Small, Jr. '63 

IN MEMORY OF THOMAS W. JAMISON '62 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Rae Carpenter, J r. 

IN MEMORY OF DR. WILLL«lM F. JONES '52 
Dr. Cletus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF JANE GIVENS JORDAN 
Dr. & Mrs. David W. Richardson 

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM A. KEMPTON '62 
Mr. W. Bates Chappell '64 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Garnect Hall, Jr. '62 



IN MEMORY OF C. R. LACY 1898 
Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 

IN MEMORY OF C. R. LACY '37 
Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 

IN MEMORY OF LUCINDA PURYEAR lACY 
Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 

IN MEMORY OF MISS MINNIE lACY 
Dr. O.W. Lacy'47 

IN MEMORY OF THOMAS E. LEE '57 
Mr. William R. Gardner, Jr. '57 

IN MEMORY OF PHILIP LEE LOTZ, JR. 
Mr. Julious P. Smith, Jr. '65 

IN MEMORY OF WOODROW MACKEY "36 
Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 

IN MEMORY OF lANDON EDWARDS MARSTON '40 
Mrs. Landon E. Marston 

IN MEMORY OF DR. BENJAMIN MASSEY '37 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Trotter '35 

IN MEMORY OF JAMES "DONNIE" MATTOX '65 
Mr. &C Mrs. James D. Mattox 

IN MEMORY OF NANCY HARRISON McLAUGHLIN 
Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin, Jr. '65 

IN MEMORY OF SAMUEL B. McLAUGHLIN '35 
Dr. Samuel B. McLaughlin, Jr. '65 

IN MEMORY OF SHACKFORD O. McSWAIN '65 
Mr. Herbert L. Sebren, Jr. '66 

IN HONOR OF DR. RICHARD A. MICHAUX '34 
The Hon. & Mrs. D. Carleton Mayes '36 

IN MEMORY OF DR. RAY A. MOORE SR. '00 
Dr. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. '50 
Dr. Cletus M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF THEODORE G. OFFTERINGER. JR. 74 
Dr. J. Bmce Taylor 74 

IN MEMORY OF HINTON BAXTER OVERCASH 
Miss Dorothy Overcash 
Dr. Bam C. Toone, Jr. '29 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. RUFUS OWEN, JR. 
Mrs. P. T. Atkinson (S) 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. E. CLAUDE PACE, JR. 
Mrs. Helen T. Stroud 

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM STUART PATTERSON '41 
Mrs. William S. Patterson 

IN MEMORY OF FRANK D. PENDLETON 72 
Mr. HariyRKingIir72 
Dr. John W.Pendleton '68 



46 



1990-91 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



IN MEMORY OF MRS. WILLIAM T. REED, JR 
Mr. James N. Boyd '58 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Bruce James '53 
Calder Loth 
Mr. Hcnty C. Spalding, Jr. '60 (T) 

IN MEMORY OF DR PHILIP ROPP 
Dr. Clems M. Sellers, Jr. '66 

IN MEMORY OF AMOS C. SAUNDERS, JR '80 
The Honorable Amos C. Saunders '55 

IN MEMORY OF CATHERINE TOMKIES SCOTT 
Mr. D. Simpson Tomkies '50 

IN MEMORY OF GENERAL JOHN BAYTOP SCOTT 
Dr. Charley Scott 

IN MEMORY OF COLONEL THOMAS SCOTT 
Dr. Charley Scott 

IN MEMORY OF COLONEL THOMAS SCOTT. JR 
Mr. D. Simpson Tomkies '50 

IN MEMORY OF DR GILMAN Z. SIMMS "30 
Mrs. P. H. Abels 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Allen 
Mr. & Mrs. Dana F. Baxter, Jr. 
Mrs. Sam Cowan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Sam C. Cowan III 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 (S) 
Mr. & Mrs. Lindy L. Hamletl 
The Honorable William P. Hay, Jr. '42 
Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 
Dr. & Mrs. James B. Massey, Jr. '35 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas T. Mayo IV (F)(S) 
Mr. Richard C. Parker '81 (T) 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis M. Roy 
Dr. & Mrs. Graves H. Thompson '27 
Mr. James L Trinkle '50 (T) 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Trotter '35 

IN MEMORY OF REGINALD G. SMITH 
Mr. Charles W. Crist, Jr. '66 
Mr. William R Gardner, Jr. '57 
Mr. Hugh K. Leary '61 
Dr. & Mrs. Roben G. Rogers (F) 

IN MEMORY OF J. ADGER SMYTHE '30 
Mr. Robert W. Lawson, Jr. '30 

IN MEMORY OF RICHARD OWEN "RICK" SNYDER 74 
Dr. H. Nelson Gustin III 74 
Mr. &c Mrs. Owen A. Snyder 
Dr. J. Bruce Taylor 74 



IN MEMORY OF STEVEN SNYDER '65 
Mr. James R Pickens '66 
Mr. Julious P. Smith, Jr. '65 

IN MEMORY OF BENJAMIN A. SOYARS '40 
Mr. Andrew C. Britton 
Mr. Peter A. Lcggett '68 (T) 

IN MEMORY OF WILLL\M JORDAN STEED '37 
Mrs. WJIiam J. Steed 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. H. WAYLAND STEPHENSON, JR 
Mr. & Mrs. Orviile H. Jones, Jr. 

IN HONOR OF DR. GRAVES H. THOMPSON '27 
Dr. Frank M. Booth Iir66 

IN MEMORY OF C. E. TURLEY '29 
Mr. Robert M. Johnson '53 

IN MEMORY OF JANE HUBBARD VADEN 
Mr. Chades C. Vaden '49 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. ALICE LEE WILLIAM VL\R 
Mrs. P. T. Atkinson 

IN MEMORY OF JOHN L WALKER JR 
Mrs. Helen T. Stroud 

IN MEMORY OF JOHN H. WATERS, JR 
Mr. &Mrs.T. C.Valden,Jr. 

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM S. WEAVER '04 
Mr. Jerry W. Jenkins '67 

IN MEMORY OF MRS. ALICE LEE W1LLL\MS VL^l 
Mrs. P. T. Atkinson (S) 

IN MEMORY OF HOLMAN WILLIS, JR '39 
Mrs. Holman Willis, Jr. 

IN MEMORY OF RALPH F. WILLIS '30 
Dr. & Mrs. FrankJ. Simes (FE) 

IN MEMORY OF DEAN DAVID C. WILSON 
Dr. O. W. Lacy '47 

IN MEMORY OF HENRY A. WISEMAN III '41 
Mrs. James B. MacPhcrson 

IN MEMORY OF JENNINGS WOOD 
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Heinemann (F)(S) 



47 



1989-90 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 



HONOR GIFTS 1990-91 



IN HONOR OF MRS. AMEUA 

A.BOYD 
Mrs. Glenn W. Small, Sr. 

IN HONOR OF PROFESSOR 

JOHN L. BRINKLEY 
Dr. J. Frederick McNeer '69 

IN HONOR OF ED 

CRAWFORD 
Dr. J. Bruce Taylor '74 

IN HONOR OF COLONEL 

GUSTAV H. FRANKE, JR. 
Mr. Jeff Adams '75 
Mr. Richard D. Anke '73 
Mr. R. David Anthony '77 
Mr. Charles T. Baskervill '75 



Mr. Gary Beck '79 
Mr. James L. Beckner '68 
Mr. C. Hunter Bendall '76 
Mr. James W. Bolton, Jr. '76 
Mr. WUliam J. EUiott IV '75 
Mr. Walter M. Engle '42 
Mr. Woodroof G. Fitzhugh '74 
Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. '42 
Mr. MarkM. GambUl'72 
Mr. Matthew E. Gormly m '81 
Mr. William E. Harrison '81 
Mr. Robert R.Hatten' 69 
Mr. Frank L. Home, Jr. '77 
Mr. WUUam B. Howard '77 
Dr. Samuel M. Janney II '73 
Mr. Michael T. Kotelec '76 
Dr. William L Lee '71 
Mr. James G. Mackey, Jr. '68 



Mr. David A. Martin '73 
Mr. Steven W. Melhorn '78 
Dr. Wallace C. Nunley, Jr. '69 
Mr. Stephen L. Owen '74 
Mr. G. Michael Pace, Jr. '79 
Mr. Jon A. Pace '82 
Mr. Frank L. Pegram '79 
Mr. Samuel WUls Purviance '71 
Mr. MUton P. Reid '68 
Dr. Vance C. Shields '72 
Mr. Stewart M. Sigler '80 
Mr. Clyde Arthur Smith, Jr. '69 
Mr. William C. Thompson '66 
Mr. J. GrayTuttle'76 
Mr. James M. Vest, Jr. '50 
Mr. Michael WaUer' 82 
Mr. John W.Wright '71 
Mr. Christopher L. Yates '73 



48 



IN HONOR OF WILSON B. 

GARNETT 
Centel Foundation 

IN HONOR OF DR. WILUAM 

D. MCLEAN '50 
Mr. James L. Trinkle '50 (T) 

IN HONOR OF DR. RICHARD 

A. MICHAUX '34 
The Hon. & Mrs. D. Carleton 
Mayes '36 

IN HONOR OF DR. GRAVES 

H. THOMPSON '27 
Dr. Frank M. Booth m '66 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 

Office of Development & External Affairs 

Hamjxlen- Sydney, Virginia 23943 

Telephone (804) 223-6137 



AT 



'^ 



r